On Fri, 8 May 2009 16:47:10 -0500
Adam Miller <maxamillion(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 4:37 PM, Christoph Wickert
> Am Freitag, den 08.05.2009, 15:16 -0500 schrieb Adam Miller:
>> I wanted to shoot out an email and see if anyone was able to test
>> xfburn as of lately to see if the old issues had been fixed?
> IMO they have, in 0.4.1 audio decoding works fine. I'm using xfburn
> a lot and it works reliable.
Yeah, it seems ok here. I don't burn media much, but from some simple
testing it seems ok.
>I'd prefer xfburn, but brasero would be fine too. The general
>question is: Is it to late for such last minute changes? IMO we
>shouldn't make such a change that late, on the other hand it can't
>be worse than gnome-baker so it definitely is a improvement.
I would greatly prefer xfburn over others if for no other reason I
think it would be nice to ship all (or atleast as many as we can) xfce
centric applications available instead of using alternatives.
Too late to make changes? ... I honestly don't know for sure, if it is
then life goes on but if not I'd love to get these changes in and get
an image built asap.
Yeah, I think if we do so asap it should be ok...
I just added Midori to the image and built, the resulting iso is
so we're well under the 700MB limit.
I would like to see Midori available as an alternate browser.