glib in kdesupport: yes or no?
mo002j at mail.rochester.edu
Mon Mar 10 04:20:38 GMT 2003
> Or we might significantly slow down Linux on the desktop due to
> user-visible fragmentation caused by the competition, and wasted
> effort reimplementing apps that already exist but use the "wrong"
So when is the development for Nautilus, Galeon, gnome-panel,
gnome-control-center, and other similar apps is going to be stopped?
No, I don't really think that you should do this. I do, however, have a hard
time imagining a GNOME developer complaining about redundant apps with a
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