ted at disturbedconfusion.com
Sat Jan 10 02:07:10 CET 2004
On Sat, 2004-01-10 at 01:54, Chris Brault wrote:
> I am new to Xfce,
> And I am glad the version 4.2 was my first. It is so
> light and uncomplicated. I also use Mandrake 9.2 with
> KDE 3.2 beta for programming superkaramba, but I use
> Xfce4 for my pyGTK programming projects.
> I don't have the time to do complicated c++ system
> programming, so I decided that this was probably the
> place for me; Someone who uses Xfce4 as his primary
> desktop (I uninstalled kde and gnome).
> I am working an a GTK2 compliant archiver and a linux
> distribution ratings "things" right now. I was hoping
> to see if there was a need for Xfce specific "small"
> apps. Kind of like admin tools, but light weight,
> modular and not complicated, like Redhat's config
> If they let me, I have attached a pic of the archiver
> app. If there's no need, I'll do something else.
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First I wanna say that it looks really neat! But, you've maybe done alot
of work for little purpose, because xffm can like do that, not as
extremely simple GUI wise, but GUI all the same :)
(PS. I'm not a developer, so don't really mind me :)
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