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Re: RFS: tinywm - Ridiculously tiny window manager

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On Sat, Apr 16, 2005 at 12:40:19PM +0900, Junichi Uekawa wrote:
> I suggest the following
> Description: Tiny Window Manager
>  TinyWM is a small and simple window manager with small 
>  memory footprint, useful in embedded systems.
>  .
>  Features window move, resize, sloppy focus and raise.
>  .
>  Due to the simplicity, the source code in C and python 
>  can be used for reference in Window Manager programming basics.
> Could l10n-english folks proofread my description?


I recommend some minor tweaks.

Description: tiny window manager
 TinyWM is a small, simple window manager.  It has a minimal memory
 footprint, which makes it useful in embedded systems.  It features window
 move, resize, and raise operations, and supports "sloppy focus".
 Due to its simplicity, its source code (in C and Python) can be used as a
 reference implementation for developers seeking to understand basic window
 manager programming.

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