botsie at xfce.org
Fri Aug 12 08:39:16 CEST 2005
Jasper Huijsmans wrote:
> Brian J. Tarricone schreef:
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>>Hi all (well, mainly Jasper),
>>I've been using the mailwatch plugin pretty heavily for a while now, and
>>aside from the weird crash I fixed last night, I haven't had any
>>problems with it. Sooooo... what do you think -- should it remain an
>>external package, or do you want to merge it into
>>xfce4-panel/trunk/plugins/? I'm fine either way. I don't imagine it
>>needs much more (if anything) in the way of features, and releasing
>>bugfixes with the panel is fine. I'll probably do a few external
>>releases before 4.4 so people can actually use it, though. Thoughts?
> I love the plugin, for starters, and I will remove the current mail checker.
> The mailwatch plugin is big enough to be its own package, but it also
> should be a core component, IMO. So, in fact, I don't know what the best
> option is ;-)
> It doesn't depend on anything outside the panel, does it? I think it
> would be good to have all core plugins be part of the panel, but I don't
> have a very strong opinion on it.
> Hmm, must be an indecisive day...
ok ... I'll decide for you. Put it in -- it's sufficiently basic that it
should be available by default.
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