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Wed Feb 6 20:29:32 CET 2019
Thanks for letting me know. Alex had already shared similar info in
reply to my mail outside the list.
I can try to take a look. Looks like your patch should be a good
starting point for a newbie. :)
Unrelated: Since you say no one is working on xfmpc at all anymore,
maybe you or someone else could review my patch for
https://bugzilla.xfce.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9100? It's a pretty tiny fix.
On 2/6/19 1:30 AM, André Miranda wrote:
> Hi Johannes,
> Currently no one is working on xfmpc AFAIK and I was the one that
> wrote that patch out of curiosity.
> So yes, it is free to pick, with that patch applied xfmpc is fully
> functional, there are just a few UI adjustments left to be done
> (buttons size and the progress bar too thin) and of course handle as
> many deprecations as possible.
> It would be awesome if you could continue where I stopped, if you need
> any help feel free to get in touch (e-mail or at #xfce-dev).
> Andre Miranda
> On 05/02/2019 04:25, Johannes Marbach wrote:
>> Hello XFCE crew,
>> Thanks for making this awesome desktop!
>> I wanted to inquire if there was any ongoing work to port xfmpc to
>> GTK3? I saw a patch linked under
>> https://wiki.xfce.org/releng/4.14/roadmap but git.xfce.org/apps/xfmpc
>> seems to be rather quiet except for translation updates.
>> Is there anything I could do to help here?
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