Concerned about the development of xfce.
eric.koegel at gmail.com
Sat Sep 20 18:19:23 CEST 2014
Hello Román and welcome!
Xfce could use more developers, testers, bug wranglers, and all
that. Xfce is still active, the pace is just slow. I contribute
patches here and there when I can and quite a few others do as well.
My question for you is what would you like to work on? There's a lot
of components to Xfce so it might be best to find things that annoy
you or you might find interesting to work on. For general resources to
help get started there's:
There's also an #xfce-dev channel on freenode irc if you have a
stable connection and want to chat there. If you have development
questions feel free to bring them up here or on IRC. Hopefully we can
help get you going and any questions you raise may help us improve our
documentation for future contributors as well.
On Fri, Sep 19, 2014 at 5:30 PM, Román <rgmf at riseup.net> wrote:
> Hello everyone.
> I am following this list because I would like to help you with xfce developing, translating, testing... and all I could do.
> Also because the xfce developing seem stopped and I am very concerned because is my favorite desktop. It is awesome environment to me.
> Well, what about xfce developing? Is it active? Are there enough people enrolling in it?
> Thanks everyone for the great effort you do.
> Román <rgmf at riseup.net>
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