Why drop all the control from user?
fct-cornette at insight.rr.com
Sat Feb 18 12:55:49 UTC 2006
Miles Lane wrote:
> It is time to put this thread to rest. n0dalus is going to write up
> a proposal for implementing a slight change to the UI and functionality
> that would enable users to have more control over the xscreensaver
> hacks that appear in gnome-screensaver. Once n0dalus has done so,
> I will do my best to help present the ideas on
> screensaver-list at gnome.org. My preference would be to have
> n0dalus, or another person who understands Gnome development,
> present the ideas. Since, there will likely need to be some debate
> on the technical aspects of implementation. If anyone wants to keep
> debating about the screensaver, please stop CCing the Fedora list
> and discuss on the Gnome list.
> On 2/18/06, David Nielsen <gnomeuser at gmail.com> wrote:
>> fre, 17 02 2006 kl. 18:58 -0500, skrev Jim Cornette:
>>>> As mentioned already, screensaver-list at gnome.org is the list to talk to.
>>>> The only way to know if your ideas will be considered is to propose them
>>> Some of us like xscreensaver a lot better than gnome-screensaver. Can
>>> you concentrate on making life simpler for users on another project instead?
>>> Please read thread below:
>> And some of us enjoy the more integrated and featureful approach taken
>> by the gnome-screensaver project.
>> your point is?
>> - David
Thanks! I see the archives only go back to October. Originally when the
new package was added, I tried it and was dissatisfied with it and
removed gss from my system. I feel the program is too young and is
really not worthy for inclusion into FC5 and should be deprecated in status.
Link to the gss archive included below.
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