david at lovesunix.net
Mon Jan 28 10:43:33 UTC 2008
man, 28 01 2008 kl. 07:55 +0100, skrev Valent Turkovic:
> 2008/1/28 Jakub 'Livio' Rusinek <jakub.rusinek at gmail.com>:
> > > So you are saying that there is no special reason why is upstream
> > > gnome would reject it? Can you send this patch to upstream gnome?
> > It could be just forgotten, like other bugs and patches in their
> > bugzilla...
> > Ie. icon view in file picker, single click i file picker, tooltips over
> > files and folders in Nautilus...
> > BTW, GNOME developers are just doing NOTHING useful to end used. How
> > useful is GNOME-VFS → GVFS/GIO change to end user? It would see no
> > difference...
> Is Gnome in such a bad state that they can't include a patch? What is
> going on with gnome? I see KDE team doing some amazing stuff with KDE4
> and I wonder how they can do it and gnome can't do such "simple"
We have standards for quality of code, we do after all have to maintain
it. It needs to work, it needs to not introduce bugs and so on. The two
of us appear to have very little understanding for how programming and
design works. Just because you can't see a change doesn't mean it's not
important. gvfs e.g. plays an important part in making pretty much every
feature Jakub listed work the right way.
I would recommend that you actually examine the rationale behind
something like gvfs, do some research. And please be respectful when
asking questions.. don't start out by insulting the developers by saying
what they are spending their time on is useless without understanding
what it really is.
- David Nielsen
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