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[Nov. 9th, 2001|04:44 pm]
CVS Commit:
Some mainloop wackiness in history means LogJam wouldn't close when you clicked the 'close' button.

Any reason this shouldn't be 3.0.1? I'd like to make an official release, so LogJam can go into Debian before I start writing weird features.

Also, someone announced a KDE client.
Please, no GTK vs. KDE wars here... I announce it because it's Unix-client-related. :)

[User Picture]From: credendovides
2001-11-09 05:02 pm (UTC)
Hey, thanks for the link. :)

Personally, I don't see why the two desktops cannot continue to co-exist. Some might say it is splitting the developer pool, but theres enough people out there interested in developing open source projects, that the number of developers is so much of a non-issue. Besides, it is sort of in the tradition of open source projects to re-invent the wheel. :)

That said, right now the KDE project is just in the planning stage. I have so many ideas buzzing around my head right now that I have to get at least written down, if not coded. Once I get the momentum going, and possibly a few more developers on the project, I don't see why the efforts of my project and of LogJam can not be shared to strengthen both. (Well, aside from the whole C/C++ thing, but you get the idea)
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[User Picture]From: grouch
2001-11-09 08:40 pm (UTC)

aw, but gtk vs kde wars are fun.. even though gtk is the clear winner
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From: piman
2001-11-10 09:32 pm (UTC)
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[User Picture]From: grouch
2001-11-10 09:36 pm (UTC)

fltk is ugly :P
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