Re: Gnome-Bugs and SMTP
- From: Ali Abdin <ALIABDIN aucegypt edu>
- To: Jacob Berkman <jberkman andrew cmu edu>
- cc: gnome-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Gnome-Bugs and SMTP
- Date: Mon, 1 Nov 1999 08:44:13 +0300
I checked it out through LXR (since I don't have CVS at uni and my comp
ain't "properly" set-up at home).
I like the idea of it using the GnomeDruid widget ;) I was contemplating
of using that to make it easier for the user. But good job on making use
of it here :)
Anyway, I might do one for a different purpose, you fill in the fields,
and it 'generates' a .txt file with the bug report so you can mail it
using your own method - this is more desirable for me, since I use Linux
at home which at the moment doesn't have net access, so I have to take my
bug reports to a windows box and do it there (not that I've filed any,
too complex through a standard client)
This might server my purpose so I can cut&paste into windows :)
(ironically, I have to telnet into an OpenVMS system and login to use
Pine for my email) :)
On 31 Oct 1999, Jacob Berkman wrote:
> Ali Abdin <ALIABDIN@aucegypt.edu> writes:
> > I was interested in writing a program (through glade) that would replace
> > the gnome-bugs script and actually be a Graphical Gnome Bugs Interface.
> I'm already working on this...
> It's in cvs, module bug-buddy.
> Doesn't mean you shouldn't work on one, though. :)
> "Me fail English? That's unpossible!" - R. Wiggum
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