colossus73 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 9 16:57:03 UTC 2007
On 8/9/07, Jani Monoses <jani.monoses at gmail.com> wrote:
> Maintenance is reflected by responsiveness to bugs and releases. having something in svn trunk means you are not
> comfortable with it's release quality so it cannot help xubuntu at this point.
I don't understand this statement. I need svn for version control and
to let others collaborate with the development.
> The fact that you choose to work on Xhep instead of fixing xarchiver bugs - while it is your right to do so obviously
> - shows you are not actively maintaining it.
???? Come on Jani. I'm coding both of them in my spare time.
> We have to find the right balance and zealotry, hatred of GNOME (or whatever) or personal agendas should not play a role here.
> Not implying anyone is hating GNONE or has such agendas, but the criteria need to be technical and adapted to user requirements.
I don't hate gnome. I hate gnome developer's attitude. That's different.
> By definition that cannot be true. Even if in theory (won't happen) we only switch out the core (panel, file manager, settings, desktop)
> Xfce already is smaller. So please do not state clearly untrue facts.
Jani, gnome is a burdern, it eats lot of memory, this is a true fact.
> right, known issue, no time to fix it in feisty updates :( . Is is being fixed in gutsy but that does not help most people.
Without ANY resentment,
Xarchiver, a Linux GTK+2 only archive manager - http://xarchiver.xfce.org
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