Re: RFC: Gnome-themes

> 	My prediction is this: Somebody, eventually, will develop a window
> manager that works well with Gnome.  It will be fast and lightweight, will
> be based on Gtk+, will have some cool E features (translucent moves and
> such), will not conflict with the existing Gnome UI (i.e., no overlapping
> Wharf, Task List, Pager, minimized window icons, etc.), will have some
> cool minimization animations, and that will be it.  It will be "Gnome
> Compliant", and will become the default WM shipped with Gnome, and the
> vast majority of people will use it as their Gnome WM.
> 	Then, shipping a "Gnome Theme" will basically be a theme for this
> WM.  All the rest of the WM's will continue to have their own themes, and
> will continue to have features which do not work well with Gnome.
> 	In short: get to work on such a window manager, and worry about
> themes later :).

>From what I've heard/seen, this sounds like Sawmill, which Havoc says is
probably going to be the "semi-default".


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