richardlkenyon at gmail.com
Mon Oct 17 11:31:39 CEST 2011
I completely agree, I think it is a wise choice to continue to improve
what is already there.
On Mon, 2011-10-17 at 11:18 +0200, Jannis Pohlmann wrote:
> On Mon, 17 Oct 2011 10:25:32 +0530
> "dE ." <de.techno at gmail.com> wrote:
> > The main bottleneck is Developer support then, to maintain a large
> > codebase; as I've stated before, it's time for xfce to become
> > mainstream
> Ok, first of all, let me add something here. While the reasons to not
> implement tabs and split views include maintainability, it has also
> been a design decision from the start. Thunar is supposed to be simple.
> There will always be people who need 20+ windows and do heavy file
> management. But I assume the productiveness of the majority of users
> does not depend on tabs or split view.
> By the way, I object to "it's time for Xfce to become mainstream".
> First of all, that's not a choice we make but something that either
> does or does not happen. Also, this is not about making profit or
> anything. Some people do see all this as a kind of competition, but
> it isn't really. I suggest we stick to developing and maintaining a
> compact desktop environment, and continue to make what we already have
> - Jannis
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