Xfce, GTK+ 3.0 and GSettings

Denis Washington denisw at online.de
Thu Nov 18 22:02:47 CET 2010

Am 18.11.2010 20:29, schrieb Nick Schermer:
> Denis,
> With all above explained and somewhat post-phoned till 4.12 we sorta
> blocked you way in to get familiar with the Xfce code base.
> This is obviously not our intention and we'd love to guide you (and
> others reading this!) around, because there is enough to get started
> with and an extra contributor/developer/hacker (give it a name) is
> something Xfce could really use.

I'd love to help!

> In fact, basically every other task is a better way to get started
> with Xfce then porting code; that's just search/replace and struggling
> with though bugs (and introduce a lot of new ones).
> So while our focus is now on getting 4.8 ready for release, feel free
> to look and ask around in the wiki/bug tracker/things you miss or even
> better report/fix bugs for 4.8 ;-). Till (and short after) the 4.8
> release we will fill the 4.10 schedule on the wiki too; I'm sure, if
> you want to help, we can find something suitable and guide you through
> the process.
> Cheers,
> Nick and, although they did not confirmed this ^_^, the other core developers.

Thank you for your inviting words, I will sure look and see how I can 
contribute! I really love Xfce and want to give you something back for 
providing us all such a great desktop environment. :)


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