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Christoph Höger wrote:
> I use gnomeUI(*) for a while now, and it seems pretty stable (except for
> some strange issues with the warning window on my new f11 installation).
I do maintain a gnomeUI branch in my git repo, and I pull patches into
it as you tell me to :-)
I am a touch skittish about bringing it into the mainline because of the
past rather terrible experience of the Tk UI.
However, if I can get a commitment that you will stay around to work on
and support it, and the existing issues you know about are resolved,
then I think it all that would remain would be for some people to test
it and report back here on the mailing list with their experiences.
> I would like to discuss a possible migration path into upstream. Since I
> maintain offlineimap in fedora shall I
> a) bring GnomeUI into fedora packages as a testing ground
You could do that, if you like, though it would result in something of
an unequal and surprising difference between distros.
I might suggest you could start with a call for testers here, and if you
don't get much feedback, then think about the Fedora option.
> *) for those that do not know: GnomeUI offers you an applet to run
> offlineimap during your gnome session without a terminal. You can also
> store your password into the gnome keyring daemon (which I think is the
> best feature)
- GnomeUI, Christoph Höger, 2009/04/19
- Re: GnomeUI, Stefano Canepa, 2009/04/20
- Re: GnomeUI,
John Goerzen <=