Re: Bug#217521: ITP: gtk-imonc -- A Client for the one-diskette router `fli4l', using Gtk-2
Joe Drew <email@example.com> writes:
> Johannes Rohr wrote:
>> Description : A Client for the one-diskette router `fli4l', using Gtk-2
> "client for the one-diskette router fli4l"
Right, thanks. But shouldn't the first word be capitalized?
>> GTK-Imonc is a graphical client for FLI4L, a popular one-diskette
>> Linux-based router for small networks that offers many advanced
>> features (see http://www.fli4l.de/). Gtk-Imonc connects to the
>> imond server (the controlling daemon) on the router. It uses
>> Gtk-2.0 and integrates well into the Gnome desktop. (Seperate
>> clients for KDE and WindowMaker also exist)
> I think you can change the last sentence to "It integrates well into
> the GNOME desktop (separate clients which integrate well into KDE
> and WindowMaker also exist)."
You mean GNOME has to be all upper case?
> Are those other clients packaged?
Unoffical debs exist. None of them is in Debian yet.
> Maybe mention them by name.
Maybe. But since they are not in Debian (and I don't intend to package
KDE software since I don't use KDE myself), I'd rather give an URL
where a listing of those clients can be found.
>> It displays:
>> * online status / traffic info
>> * router status
>> * calls and connections when logging is activated on the router
>> You can control:
>> * dialing
>> * system shutdown
>> * different circuits (LCR)
>> * channel bundling
>> * hup-timeout of ipppd devices
> Paragraph form might be a good idea for these.
Thanks for the feedback,
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