GTK / Xfce audio CD burner?

Biju Chacko botsie at
Tue Aug 21 14:55:23 CEST 2007

Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
> On Mon, 20 Aug 2007 11:50:30 -0400, Charles A Edwards
> <eslrahc at> wrote:
>> I can think of another reason why Opera should be blacklisted.
>> It supports only ix86 arch,not x86_64.
> Oh, cmon, now that's just silly.
> The idea is to have a list of applications that other Xfce users have found
> useful.  Leave political and religious crap out of it.  I, for one, support
> the idea of people being able to put just about any application they want
> on the list.  Even for-pay apps, as long as they're clearly marked as such
> and don't look like advertisements.  If someone uses it on their Xfce
> desktop, it's fair game, IMO.

+1 Insightful

I agree. The wiki is supposed to provide useful *information* not push 
any agenda. Personally I think Opera is pretty neat. It's mail client 
especially is excellent. I don't see any reason why it should not be 
there -- it follows the Xfce philosophy of being small and light. So 
what if it's proprietary?

-- b

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