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Month: January 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] Registered desktop categories for Trinity Please note there is a tar.bz2 file attatched.

From: Katheryne Draven <borgqueen4@...>
Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2011 10:02:19 -0500
Sorry there was a read me but I failed to attach it.
Its just a mock to show what a kmenu could be like. Categories etc.
Focused categories make it easier for people to search for an app. For
example, avidemux would be find in Multimedia/video/editing.

A focused menu keeps kmenu from eating the entire screen as well.

On 1/18/11, Kristopher Gamrat <pikidalto@...> wrote:
> @Serghei
> Yes, I quite agree. I do try to remember to bottom post. There are,
> however, some people that no matter how many times you tell them, they
> always top-post.
> @Rob
> You were complaining before in another thread that the top posting was
> messing with your Gmail. I was trying to point out that with the
> default, it can sometimes be hard to remember to bottom-post until the
> habbit is formed.
> I have had trouble with Fedora as well. As for Debian, while the core
> system does seem stable, I've had trouble with the DE's (KDE 3
> Official, KDE4, Trinity KDE, and GNOME are the ones I've tried). I am
> in the process of setting up my only spare desktop as a personal Ark
> Linux build server to get my Trinity packages going. It's going to be
> troublesome considering our man on top can't seem to get the
> dependency mess in dockyard-devel straightened out (even after
> manually downloading and installing Zypper and it's deps and adding
> the repos, it'd constantly complaining of different programs being
> compiled with different versions of the same library, I think the
> current problem is with libpng).
> @Tim
> As a suggestions, perhaps setup the mailing list to put something like
> a header saying "Please post replies below the footer to keep things
> organized" and a footer saying "Please reply below here to keep things
> organized" on every message coming through the mailing list? It's what
> we do with the Ark Linux mailing list (at least with the footer).
> Perhaps make it bold so people won't miss it (of course, some people
> disable HTML in their email clients, so the bold may just get in the
> way).
> --
> Kris
> "Piki"
> Ark Linux Webmaster
> Trinity KDE Packager