Is the mailing list traffic (handfuls of threads in the last 9 months) as indicator of dqsd's waning popularity I wonder? Have any firefox users played with Ubiquity ? Tom. --
Hi Tom, I dunno, I still use it a lot, but I notice that I haven't had much time to develop it further lately... But I notice I often wish it worked differently, not docked to the taskbar, for example. Maybe new users have found the competitors more fulfilling. - Kim On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at
I meant to include this link... http://lifehacker.com/5145709/make-ubiquity-your-ultimate-firefox-commander Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2009 10:21:06 + From: tom.corco...@moonbade.com Subject: [DQSD-Users] Ubiquity... Is the mailing list traffic (handfuls of threads in the last 9 months) as indicator
Well, personnaly I still couldn't live without dqsd and use it on a minutely basis. :) The low volume maybe means it's a mature product now. I agree, on both counts. I think it would be cool to have it as a Sidebar gadget, but otherwise I'm quite happy with it as-is.
I don't think I could survive without DQSD. I install it on just about every computer I touch. For some people, the basic google search is all they need and when they discover it can do more they're thrilled. For myself, I use DQSD custom searches to manage over 150 services, applications and