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  • calc
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    Originally posted by Weasel View Post
    Yes, better use a bug-ridden crap that gets a massive amount of bug fixes every week, which means at any given week you're using something infested with bugs.

    Something to be proud of, for sure.
    Definitely no long standing bugs in XFCE that haven't been fixed since no updates have come out in over 4 years....

    Oh wait, there are lots.

    XFCE hasn't had an update due to lack of release management, not due to lack of bugs needing to be fixed.

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  • Weasel
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    Originally posted by calc View Post
    As long as you don't mind using a DE that hasn't even had a bugfix update in over 4 years.
    Yes, better use a bug-ridden crap that gets a massive amount of bug fixes every week, which means at any given week you're using something infested with bugs.

    Something to be proud of, for sure.

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  • andyprough
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    Originally posted by msotirov
    They don't seem to be using any CMS, so I'm not surprised. It's probably some archaic system where you have to submit some patches to some SVN which sends out an email which gets sent via FAX to some mechanical typewriter which produces some punch cards which get run on some mainframe in some university basement.
    Those punch card queu's can take days to clear out sometimes.

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  • calc
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    Originally posted by skeevy420 View Post
    From what I've gathered, It's the developers and time part.
    FWIW Mate has very few developers as well, but it seems at least one of them knows how to be a release manager.

    The too few developers issue seems to affect all DEs except Gnome and KDE.
    Last edited by calc; 03-19-2019, 10:07 AM.

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  • skeevy420
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    Originally posted by caligula View Post

    Any idea why it is so? Is the code base a mess or just few developers and too little time?
    From what I've gathered, It's the developers and time part.

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  • caligula
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    Originally posted by calc View Post

    As long as you don't mind using a DE that hasn't even had a bugfix update in over 4 years.
    Any idea why it is so? Is the code base a mess or just few developers and too little time?

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  • some_canuck
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    mate 1.22 has been out for almost a month, but they couldn't edit their website or something

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  • frank007
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    Originally posted by paupav View Post
    I can't choose anymore. There are so much good DE's nowadays! Gnome 3.32 is finaly usable thanks to Canonicals performance improvements. MATE is full of features, fully customizable, good looking and has HUD. KDE is extremely smooth and customizable.
    In fact, the choises are only two for me: Xfce, Lxqt. I abandoned almost every gtk3 applications, Firefox and Libreoffice have no alternatives, because the gtk3 libs are dangerous. You can guess which DE I've been using.

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  • calc
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    Originally posted by debianxfce View Post
    There is no sense to waste hardware resources and your time to buggy and slow gnome3 and kde desktops. You can custom the Xfce desktop freely. F.ex you can not customize 3 start menus in Kde. The Whisker menu is the best.
    As long as you don't mind using a DE that hasn't even had a bugfix update in over 4 years.

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  • re:fi.64
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    Originally posted by paupav View Post
    Gnome 3.32 is finaly usable thanks to Canonicals performance improvements
    Just to ensure credit goes where due, Georges Stavracas (aka feaneron) from Endless also did quite a few performance improvements, the more stable FPS and faster icon grid drawing (e.g. in the apps list) was from one of several large refactorings by him: https://feaneron.com/2019/01/31/gnom...aster-cleaner/

    He also contributed to fixing the memory issue from the Shell: https://feaneron.com/2018/04/20/the-...l-memory-leak/

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