Re: Some general facts about panel and gnome

 Then ditch Enlightenment!
 That has always been my position. 

 Even though I still prefer Enlightenment over Sawmill (for Fx reasons), 
I say ditch them if they are not going to be 100% gnome compatible!

 Good then. I will subscribe to Sawmill, and try to get the author(s) to 
implement some of the Fx in Enlightenment, this way I can ditch it once 
and for all!

On Fri, 14 Jan 2000 13:42:33 FALLON,DAVID JOSEPH wrote:
> > >  Fact 4: Either tell enlightenment (best window manager in my opinion) 
> > > folks to be compliant or fork if you wanna keep it as default gnome 
> > > window manager! Someone with good window manager knowledge should do 
> > > it! I have yet to see another decent window manager for gnome that is 
> > > at least not completely ugly! We NEED a default 100% compatible window 
> > > manager by default. Other are welcome to comply if they wish!
> > 
> > Most users these days think that sawmill is the best GNOME window
> > manager out there; Many people think Sawmill has a very good code
> > base, uses little memory, it is very efficient and has exceptional
> > extensibility trough its build-in scripting language (all of Sawmill's
> > features are implemented as scripts, even GNOME compliancy is done by
> > a script)
> That, and (one of) sawmill's goals is to be a really good GNOME window
> manager. This is a sharp contrast from enlightenment, where the authors
> have publicly mouthed off about how they don't like where gnome is going,
> and plan to have their own "mini" desktop.
> > 
> > 
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