GTK / Xfce audio CD burner?

Yogiz yogizz at
Wed Aug 22 18:46:32 CEST 2007

On Mon, 20 Aug 2007 20:24:11 +0200
"Petr Zelenka" <zelenp at> wrote:

> Well, I support Brian. I am user of Opera, so I may not be quite
> objective. Therefore take the following as my personal view:
> 1. Opera is doing its for work for me and it is doing it well. That
> means, it offers me comfortable browsing without taking too much
> memory.
> 2. Although it is my single Qt application, it is worth for me to have
> Qt installed. The keyword is Qt, _not_ KDE.
> 3. I really don't care (as a user), whether it is open or closed
> source SW.
> If you decide to remove Opera from the list, I would respect it. But I
> think it would be pity...

Being an Opera user too, I still suggest removing it from the list.

I really think that only apps that use the GTK toolkit (for good
integration to the desktop) and that cut off all the extra features or
only allow them as modules fit the criteria. I'm constantly trying to
optimise my desktop and as much as it hurts me I'm currently moving
from Opera to either Kazehakase or Skipstone. Although both are still
in their infancy, they fit in the list a lot better then Opera.

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