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Re: Workrave anyone?

 >>>>> On 19 Feb 2003 12:30:33 -0500, Sean Middleditch
 >>>>> <elanthis@awesomeplay.com> was rumoured to have said:

 > On Wed, 2003-02-19 at 11:55, Ross Burton wrote:
 >> On Wed, 2003-02-19 at 15:32, Johannes Rohr wrote:
 >> > Now, I asked the upstream author if it wasn't time to get Workrave
 >> > into Debian. He responded, he thinks that the policy doesn't permit
 >> > the upstream author and maintainer to be one and the same person. Is
 >> > this true? If yes, why?
 >> No, it doesn't say this. That would be rather stupid...
 >> I'll take this oppurtunity to plug DrWright, a no-frills program similar
 >> to Workrave but without the complex configuration. Compare
 >> http://workrave.sourceforge.net/gfx/prefs-timers.png to
 >> http://drwright.codefactory.se/images/drwright-preferences.png.

 > Ugh - if that Workrave screenshot is recent, someone should file a bug
 > that they aren't HIG compliant in the least, either.  I just tried, but
 > I'm not going thru the effort of creating Yet Another Bugzilla Account
 > for one little app I never use.  ;-)

Workrave is not part of GNOME2, so I don't see why non-compliance to
GNOME's HIG is a bug. Do you think authors of unrelated (but perhaps
GNOME-aware) software should be pressured into doing gnome-type UIs
Am I missing something here?

 >> Ross
 > -- 
 > Sean Middleditch <elanthis@awesomeplay.com>


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