introduction, gtk 2.22 porting, code (I don't use the majority of the extra panel plugins that live in their own , for instance, so I'm not going to port those myself)submission preferences
sean at middleditch.us
Fri Mar 11 05:57:54 CET 2011
On Thu, Mar 10, 2011 at 7:37 PM, Russell Dickenson <
russelldickenson at gmail.com> wrote:
> My two cents from the point of view of an Xfce user. I appreciate the
> approach being taken for 4.10 which is to focus on fixing bugs etc
> rather than introducing radical new features and functions.
I am planning on doing that first, after the GTK porting. I refuse to write
code that's going to be thrown away later, I don't have that much free time
to waste, unfortunately. Do it right and do it once, or don't it at all.
I've already fixed a couple bugs, I have some more lined up I already know
about that are irritating me, and the other "features" I want to tackle are
what I would consider bugs. Like the utterly useless XRandR configuration
panel which I desperately need for my part-time multi-monitor desktop. :)
> Regarding potentially removing potentially unwanted code, should these
> first be raised in the Xfce bug tracker for discussion?
> Russell Dickenson
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