Re: What to do with a dead upstream popular application (IceWm) ?
On Tue, Mar 26, 2002 at 03:56:45PM +0100, Enrico Zini wrote:
> icewm could then be deleted and the users will have migrated to the new
> one. The migration icewm could ask for confirmation with debconf,
> stating that the old icewm package can't be maintained anymore, that
> they can choose the automatic migration at any time or stay with the
> unmaintained software.
> Of course in your case you need a window manager that can replace icewm
> and is able to provide the same functionality, look and feel and memory
> footprint, I don't even know if it exists...
Well, thanks for this proposal. However, switching to another window
manager whatsoever is the users' decision, not mine I think.
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