xfce4-equake-plugin v1.03 released

Liviu Andronic landronimirc at gmail.com
Fri Jun 21 08:01:29 CEST 2013

Dear Jeroen,

On Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 3:24 AM, Jeroen van Aart <jeroen at mompl.net> wrote:
> I thought you might be interested in the first release of
> xfce4-equake-plugin, v1.03. It's based on the upcoming v1.03 release for the
> GNOME panel. However I decided to release the xfce version first.
> For more information see:
> http://www.e-quake.org/?p=143
Looks very nice.

> Direct download:
> http://www.e-quake.org/wp-uploads/2013/06/xfce4-equake-plugin-1.3.0.tar.gz
> I have submitted it as a project on freecode as:
> https://freecode.com/projects/equake-xfce
> But it may not yet be public.
> Suggestions, feature requests, bug reports and whatever else may be useful
> is welcome.
Several random points:
- It would increase the plugin's visibility in the Xfce community if
it were registered with the Xfce goodies ( http://goodies.xfce.org/ )
- I browsed the http://www.e-quake.org/ blog, but I couldn't find a
link to the repo containing the source code. Could you provide the
- I'm also looking for the repo containing the Android version of
Equake (and that of Search Incognito), to propose it for inclusion in
F-Droid. In this case the online repo is absolutely necessary.
- Has some already come up with Debian packaging rules for the Xfce Equake?
- Just a wild idea: Maybe there is scope integrating the Equake plugin
with the Weather plugin (say, by adding an Equake tab)?

And lastly, is there a way to specify a location (or several
locations) in particular to monitor? Say, the area around Germany and


> From the Changelog:
> - Initial conversion to XFCE
> - Added gui driven configuration
> - A few cosmetic changes and improvements
> - Some minor bug fixes
> Thank you,
> Jeroen
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