Fluxbox and gnome-settings-daemon
Fluxbox and gnome-settings-daemon (SOLVED)
If I'll write what I really think about the GNOME project, I might go to jail[spurious interrupt] wrote:Downloads
Airconfig is not complete, and therefore has never been formally released.
Actually, at this point, it's in a stalled state of development. Since
NetworkManager 0.7 actually looks pretty decent as compared to 0.6, I may
rewrite Airconfig to be a NM 0.7 frontend (since nm-applet appears to require
gnome-panel for some strange reason). However, if you want to play around with
bleeding-edge, possibly-broken code, you can download the latest-and-greatest
from the Git repository.
Using a command-line 'git' client, this will fetch the sources for you:
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git clone git://git.xfce.org/kelnos/airconfig
Not drinking CocaCola for nine years.
Not getting out of control when drinking at parties.
Not watching Israeli propaganda TV for seven years.
Not reading Israeli Newspaper (physical newspaper and web) for five years.
Not listening to Israeli radio for four years.
NEVER joined to the Israeli army, which can be a nightmare, messing up with the n*zi-like people who are threatening to put you up in jail and stuff of this sort.
Trying not to be a slave.
Trying to change wherever I can.
Changing in this case is not using GNOME, to protest against their stupid policies to sh*t the word GNOME wherever they can, even when it is completely unnecessary, just for the cause of gaining more and more popularity, and I really don't care that it is "their" project, because the bloated application they have ARE STOPPING AND SLOWING progress with other projects that can/could (exist/not-yet-exist) provide a much more efficient applications without pulling out useless libraries.
To be honest: I'm very satisfied from the GNOME (vanilla) desktop, from how things are working so smoothly and almost flawlessly and are, in fact, what Microsoft Windows are declaring that their system does, but, practically, it isn't, Microsoft fails (not that big news) and GNOME, without hyping too much are wining where Microsoft failed.
But NOT everyone can afford that bloated desktop!
There are some poor people in this world with old PCs...
example: wow, software really is fast... sort of / Arch Linux Forums
GNOME is trying to imperialize (in other word imperialism) the Unix/X11 desktop, which is rude!
GNOME can go and stick it!
I'm not gonna use GHex or Meld or any other GNOME product that an alternative is available for use.
Boycott is another form of having the power to change
Don't take it personally , post you opinion with a smiley