David Neary wrote:
Are there any people opposed to closer ties with the GNOME
As long as GIMP wouldn't be in a rush to / obligated to subscribe
to their apalling standards of slaphappy dead-end over-engineering
and 1991-shareware approach to user interface standards then I think
it makes reasonable short-term sense to exploit what GNOME *does*
seem to be good at which is the centralization of services,
organisational and financial structure... if that's helpful to
GIMP (we've enjoyed peripheral use of some of their services
such as CVS for a while).
Adam D. Moss . ,,^^ [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.foxbox.org/ co:3
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