Hello, its been a long time since I wrote something here. Sorry but my time is shorter and shorter. This doesn’t mean that I will stop working on that project, but it means that we will need to review some things since nobody is living from this , and life has other priorities. Said that, you can also see from the actions we have here that the project is going slowly ahead. This is because few mans can not do things quickly. Again, if there is somebody who will and want to help, please enter in contact with us on our irc channel and we will agree and redistribute the work.
For now we have quite some packages built for Slackware 13.1 but they are only for x86-64 arch. Thiago is working on the 32bit version and sincerly I don’t know how he is standing with it.
Big thanks go also to the few other people who are helping us and I really wish they can stay with us and we all together go ahead as a small team and soon release a new stable version of Dropline GNOME desktop. The packages built up to now can produce an unfinished desktop, but I got it to run under Slackware-13.1 and I can say that its fast and nice to see a renewed version.
Another thing is that we would need a face lift for our themes , anybody out there willing to help with graphics ? If so, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
And lastly, I would like to say that I have cleaned up the forums, and removed a bunch of users who I think they are simple bots and spammers according to the topics posted in the various forums. I ask, do we need the forums ? Do we still use them ? Would be good to know since in the positive case we need somebody who can keep track in it, and do some polishing from time to time. Ok, if I deleted somebody or banned somebody by mistake please let me know.
Thats it, and I’m looking forward to see more of you in here with us.
- The dropline GNOME development team.