Re: GTK unlock dialog for Xscreensaver

Perhaps the time has come to do a gnome-screensaver project, perhaps a
fork of xscreensaver.  xscreensaver is something of a black sheep in the
gnome desktop, and it would be very nice if we could come up with
something more in line with the goals of the gnome desktop.  It would
also free us to do things like the gdm/xscreensaver integration, which I
think has the potential to be very cool.  It could also avoid the
duplication of power management/blanking configuration in gdm and


On Mon, 2003-09-08 at 12:00, Carlos Perelló Marín wrote:
> El lun, 08-09-2003 a las 20:40, Damian Christey escribió:
> > Searching the old list archives, I came across this:
> >
> > 
> > Is there still work being done on making xscreensaver use GTK for the
> > unlock dialog?
> I don't think so.
> > 
> > The above list message refers to a cvs module that no longer exists, and
> > I cannot for the life of me figure out where the official xscreensaver
> > cvs lives.
> xscreensaver does not have any cvs server, the xscreensaver's author
> does not like it so you should send the patches directly to jwz
> (mailto:jwz jwz org). The website is:
> > 
> > This is something I might like to hack on, with the intention of
> > integrating xscreensaver and gdm to provide some sort of user switching
> > while the display is loccked.
> Good luck
> Cheers.

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