4.2.2 on Sparc Solaris 10
botsie at xfce.org
Mon Oct 3 08:17:53 CEST 2005
Joe Klemmer wrote:
> On Fri, 2005-09-30 at 21:14 -0400, Andrew Conkling wrote:
>>...Maybe I'm not old enough to be nostalgic for that sort of thing,
>>but I really can't see AT ALL why anyone would use Xfce 4 but look
>>longingly back at 3....
>>(Laugh; I'm being silly.)
> Heh, I can remember running xfce 1.x back when it was just a panel that
> ran under fvwm. Hell, there weren't even any lists back then. xfce4 is
> a marvel and one of the great collaborative works in the open source
> desktop world, but the history of v1 through x3 shouldn't be lost. You
> would not believe the magic that Olivier did all by himself (well, with
> the help of a few interested users). And as a little reminder to anyone
> on this list long enough to remember me...
> "Whatever it is, I'm against it!"
Hehe. Now you know what people mean when they say an idea has been
Good to see you back, Joe.
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