Re: Sensors Extension.

On Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 12:55 AM, Artur Wroblewski <wrobell pld-linux org> wrote:
On Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 2:13 AM, Adam Williamson <awilliam redhat com> wrote:
> On Tue, 2011-05-31 at 17:41 -0700, Adam Williamson wrote:
>> On Tue, 2011-05-31 at 23:14 +0100, Another Sillyname wrote:
>> > There's plenty of space on the top bar to allow them, so what's the logic?
>> Sorry if that was long, but I wanted to make it as clear as possible. I
>> hope it helps.
> So I wrote up this essay of mine, in a different form, as a blog post:
> hope it's useful to someone.

well, your blog entry sounds like gnome applets never existed

but they did exist and were part of gnome core.

i understand it is in context of gnome sensors, but...

don't get me wrong, i really get your post and understand the
need of transition time, but please take into account that
people miss a lot of functionality, configurability and are facing
a lot of very frustrating bugs (message tray is a joke) with quite
bad communication process on gnome side[1].

It's a major release: we broke a lot of stuff to clean our desktop up. 3.2 should be a lot better.

Can you tell me certain frustrations with the message tray?


[1] just from last 2 days of being on the list
- is gnome applets to be part of gnome 3.2? - who knows?

Well, this is a bit trickier than Adam described: GNOME3 also has a fallback mode that uses updated versions of gnome-panel and libpanelapplets and gnome-applets. These updated versions drop the dependencies like Bonobo (and maybe CORBA/ORBit, dunno) so we don't have to waste space on the install media.
- can we update the faq with info about the intel cards? - no, it's pointless...

Feel free to update it with the two pieces of hardware, it's a wiki!
- can i configure this or that? would be a patch accepted? - no answers. 

If there's no concrete question, there's no concrete answer!
- i cannot shutdown, why? - we are tired of this question.

I'm tired of it too...
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