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Bug#427131: marked as done (O: wmavgload -- small NeXTStep-like system load average monitor)

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has caused the Debian Bug report #427131,
regarding O: wmavgload -- small NeXTStep-like system load average monitor
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Package: wnpp 
Severity: normal

Orphaning due to lack of time.

 wmavgload provides CPU load averages integrated over 5 (main window),
 30 and 60 seconds. Also, it takes very little space (64x64 square).
 There's nothing in the program that makes it *require* WindowMaker,
 i.e. it works great with other window managers. But if you are looking
 for seamless integration on your desktop, wmavgload may suit your

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Version: 0.7.0-9+rm

wmavgload has been removed from Debian unstable: http://bugs.debian.org/596579

Closing its bugs with a Version higher than the last unstable upload.

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