Re: Integrate VMware and Gnome
- From: famrom idecnet com (Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero)
- To: gnome-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Integrate VMware and Gnome
- Date: Fri, 15 Oct 1999 19:35:04 +0200
>> Ummm, why do not you contract one of those Gnome Support companies? They
>> will be glad to help you.
>Because we want to do it ourselves. I hope you don't hide the
>documentation just to make sure the Gnome Support Companies get rich,
You can contract them to release the docs. What is more, I think all the
current projects of companies about Gnome or Gimp sign that kind of agreements.
>> Will you write that doc? That is a way to contribute. Another is to help
>> with company coders or writers (patches & docs). From you investigations,
>> you could also write a "Gnome Config Tricks" HOWTO, explaing interesting
>> things, not only about commercial app - Gnome integration.
>Perhaps. Perhaps not. I contributed by writing a NTFS documentation,
>by writing cross-compilation howtos. Even if I don't write anything
>this time, at least people in need for the same answers can browse the
>mailing list and see our email exchange.
Email archives can be a real pain, searching one looking for info is not a
>Remember, we propose. We do not impose. The final decision is made by
Happy to hear that.
>This is your choice. We respect it. Problem: where can I find this
>gnome-session documentation? That's why I end up asking questions in
>the mailing list.
Use the source. Hehehehe. ;]
That is the ultimate resource.
Reading gnome-session config files also helps.
>I don't care about speed. I haven't posted to the KDE mailing lists
>yet because I do one thing at a time. First Gnome, then KDE. As I did
>with Gnome, I want to experiment with KDE and try to do it before I
Monotask humans. >:P
>Really, don't see me as a threat. Before I was an open source
Sounded like. Maybe you should have commented that you where working in one
>coder. Now, because of the company policy, I do close source. I'm the
>same coder. I have the same feelings about the Linux community. I want
>VMware to be well integrated with Gnome because I don't want users to
>choose Windows over Linux "just because they can click on a icon to
Click "native app". ;]
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