theghostvirus at gmail.com
Tue Feb 5 22:20:26 UTC 2008
On Feb 5, 2008 5:03 PM, Jani Monoses <jani at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> You go and improve Xfce. I have tried during dapper and after and have
> given up. Most of the devs don't care about timely releases and users as
> they work for fun mostly.
> You're ridiculously misguided if you think that improving Xfce and
> writing everything from zero is easier than reusing existing apps and
> improving them instead , and you are ready to risk users' experience
> because you're on a mission to fix Xfce.
This is getting ridiculous. If you think Xfce is so bad that it has to be
patched up with various bits of GNOME, why are you even working on an
Xfce-based adaption of Ubuntu? If you think the Xfce devs are lazy about
fixing bugs and putting out new releases, why are you not working for GNOME
Xfce has far fewer developers and users than GNOME does. They can't possibly
respond to bugs and user requests at the same rate the GNOME devs do. If you
dislike this, move to GNOME.
I'm curious as to why you have any interest in Xfce at all, at this point.
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