"dockable clock applet for various window managers" I asked the developer of this and he said that this sounds good. Thanks for the recommendation.
On Fri, 29 Jan 2010 10:19:40 +1100 Ben Finney <ben+deb...@benfinney.id.au> wrote: > (Remember to keep the bug report in Cc on your messages if you want > them included in the report.) > > On 28-Jan-2010, Michael Lustfield wrote: > > Ben Finney <ben+deb...@benfinney.id.au> wrote: > > > Do you need to qualify the window manager with “light weight”? I > > > get the impression that it should work in any window manager that > > > supports docking. > > > > > > Is the term “applet” applicable? How about: > > > > > > dockable clock applet for various window managers > > > > It also works in window managers that don't support the dock. > > Okay, then I would recommend not mentioning “dock” in the synopsis. > > > I just wanted to emphasize light weight somewhere because the code > > base is VERY small. The code is only ~300 lines long iirc. > > What about: > > low-footprint clock applet for various window managers > > An alternatives to “low-footprint” might be “low-resource”. > -- Michael Lustfield Kalliki Software Network and Systems Administrator
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