Re: what's happening to Nautilus, other packages (Eazel)

And while we're on the subject, I've been working on trying to make
GnomeVFS more usable by programs other than Nautilus, so if any
application developers have suggestions or issues they ran into I'd
appreciate notification now. I've gotten some good feedback from Chema,
but that's it. Really I want to know about anything that would make it
easier for you to use GnomeVFS.


On 15 May 2001 19:09:20 -0700, Ian McKellar wrote:
> On Tue, May 15, 2001 at 04:33:14PM -0700, Darin Adler wrote:
> > 	gnome-vfs -- Ian McKellar <yakk yakk net> is going to take over as 
> > gnome-vfs maintainer. The good news is that gnome-vfs is already working 
> > as part of the GNOME 2 platform. Short term priorities for gnome-vfs 
> > include filling out the documentation for programmers and finishing a new 
> > API for handling authentication (done by Mike Fleming). I'd also like to 
> > see a Samba module and an ssh module to fill out the kinds of file systems 
> > that gnome-vfs works with, but we don't have any volunteers for that yet.
> Right now I'm hacking on SSL support and a couple of other things to let
> people use gnome-vfs as the best backend for all browser-type applications.
> I've got some other ideas my sleeve for the GNOME 2.0 time-frame that I
> can't think of right now ;-)
> Let me know if you've got some ideas for what we can do to make gnome-vfs
> better.
> Thanks,
> Ian
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