Commercial Support references on the Xubuntu website

Giuseppe Torelli colossus73 at
Thu Aug 23 07:54:52 UTC 2007

On 8/23/07, Jani Monoses <jani.monoses at> wrote:
> That's the mistake you made: trying to write your app focusing on edge
> cases and performance improvements and ignoring correctness and ease of use.
> I told you (and Stephan) this last year too, but you did not care. Premature optimization
> being the root of all evil and all that.

I disagree with you. Why Ubuntu is considering to ship Tracker instead
of Beagle then?

> Who cares about what happens with a 1Gb archive? Well, some people do but believe me,
> *many* more care about the case of .zip with 3 documents in it working well.

gt[xarchiver]$ ll ~/Xarchiver_Test/
-rw-r--r-- 1 gt users 86096370 2007-01-12 13:17

As you can see that archive was 86 MB not 1Gb and also Xubuntu is used
on low memory machines but you don't care of this, for you it matters
ONLY usability.

> Right. You are not a xubuntu developer however but one of the many upstreams and a very biased one too.

I want to become an Xubuntu developer. What is needed? Your
permission? I hope don 't ;) I am a biased person? So far the only
reason you have for saying I'm a prejudicial person is my clear refuse
to ship gutsy with GNOME libraries and this is enough for making me
such a person? The patronize tone is needed again, Jani, Jani.

> Among the devs I'll listen to Lionel for being the most active lately and Gauvain and Daniel Chen because

Apart Lionel who already said his opinion what do the others think
about GNOME libs inclusion?

Xarchiver, a Linux GTK+2 only archive manager -

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