Re: I propose gLabels for GNOME 2.6

On Thu, 2003-12-25 at 10:01, Danilo Segan wrote:
> Ramanan Selvaratnam <rama uklinux net> writes:
> >
> > Also Bluefish is more than  an excellent HTML editor.
> > It probably needs to be classed with other desktop software imho.
> >
> Hardly, unless gedit and gtksourceview are dropped suddenly ;)
> They share at least some of the same functionality, and I don't think
> it's wise to have two apps in the desktop that do the same stuff --

OK, so Bluefish is  too qualified for the desktop.

But it surely fits the gnome-office category.

I always thought the MS-Office based HTML editor was used heavily to
publish a lot of non standard HTML on the web. Bluefish on the otherhand
will be helpful in bringing about good neat web pages (the WWW is still
the way forward for many things, right?) and trouble shooting the old

On the i18n front the web is full of gimmicks like dynamic fonts and
practices that is unfriendly to  UTF-8 takeup. Yet they are the central
nodes of communication.

Further the features like DocBook XML handling makes Bluefish very
useful for tasks we all must do. I will leave the explanation on the
many appearing features to the Bluefish people though. 

Is there a dedicated list for the gnome-office people?



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