Xfmedia 0.8.0 released!
riqqroll at up-link.net
Wed Jul 13 17:51:50 CEST 2005
Okay, okay, guys (and gals?), I get the point. My only reason for
asking the list instead of Googling is that, being new to XFCE, I knew I
would miss some salient details if I Googled.
For instance, I didn't know (I do now, thanks to a kind soul on this
list) that it was a 3rd party app--written by one of the developers.
This helps me in deciding whether or not to install the app seperate, as
I thought it was a package I had missing from my Libranet 3.0 (debian
As it is, xfmedia is NOT part of the basic install and is not even on
the normal apt repositories for Libranet--nor Debian for that matter
So I humbly apologize for my apparent laziness and will refrain from
asking questions of the list that most normal XFCE users wouldn't ask.
I've been using Linux far too long...
Maybe, in the future, if I have a question, I'll muddle through it
myself--like I used to in the old days before Gnome and KDE became
On Wed, 2005-07-13 at 10:31 +0300, Misu Moldovan wrote:
> Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
> > ZephyrQ wrote:
> >>> Hate to ask, but I'm an XFCE newbie...
> >>> What is Xfmedia (I couldn't find it on my machine...)
> > http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=xfmedia&btnG=Google+Search
> > Is it really that hard?
> > -brian
> It certainly looks harder than replying on the list:
> a) Replying with a question needs no more than three steps:
> 1) Replying
> 2) Writing that st***d question
> 3) Hitting "Send".
> b) Searching on Google to find the answer needs at least four steps:
> 1) Switching to a browser
> 2) Opening google.com
> 3) Writing the relevant searching terms
> 4) Scanning for the answer.
> Not to mention that step 4 needs some complex processing... See? The
> path of least resistance has won again! Never attribute to stupidity,
> what can easily be explained by laziness ;))
> Xfce mailing list
> Xfce at xfce.org
More information about the Xfce