ju1ius wrote:Today I added the ability to monitor GTK bookmarks to fluxdgmenu.
So I think it is now pretty much feature complete, and I will concentrate on fixing bugs, if some of you are willing to report them
Awesomesauce. I'll start testing this evening.
ju1ius wrote:Kendall, regarding the logout app, I read in another post that you wanted to get rid of pygtk.
What is your approach then ?
pygtk is awesome and I'd use it for everything, however there's been a lot of rumors about deprecating it in favor of gtkbuilder and pygobject. I'd rather write it this way from the beginning just to be on the safe side.
xazax wrote:This is a good reason why it should not be the default, but i still feel that, if a distro aims to be lightweight, every opportunity to remove a daemon is welcome. And if somebody experienced enough, can manually update the menu, or assign the menu update method to a key.
Here at Mint there are often compromises between system resource usage versus "out of the box" user-friendliness (the update manager being the most obvious example). When I first started maintaining the Fluxbox edition I tried to cut out A LOT, however a good bit made it back in for the sake of user-friendliness.