jani.monoses at gmail.com
Wed Apr 18 21:50:53 CEST 2007
>> These are among factors that determine whether a project has a reason to be.
>> If it is unmaintained and unused by others what is its purpose? This applies
>> to any project I am not trying to bash XFC in particular.
> Hard to disagree with :-) But I hope XFC will be more alive (I plan to
> use it myself on some OSS projects), and I like to see it mature (and
> are _trying_ to make this happened) more.
If you're going to use it for OSS projects and you feel it's better suited than gtkmm, sure, no problem.
> We can use the same argument between Xfce4 (I know Xfce4 was the first)
> and GNOME as we can with XFC versus Gtkmm. Why wast energy on Xfce4 when
> GNOME could need a hand or two :-) ?
I just mentioned that (xfce core, thunar). The same argument cannot be used if
the two projects compared have no clear and palpable differences :)
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