you know you spend too much time reading slashdot (beyond the front page)
when you find yourself writing mails like the below one :-)
On Tue, 5 Mar 2002, Hunt, Bryan wrote:
>> I just thought of something .... isn't gnome .NET-gnome #
> these days ?
>>> -----Original Message-----
> From: Liam Bedford [mailto:lbedford at lbedford.org]
> Sent: 05 March 2002 12:52
> To: Hunt, Bryan
> Subject: Re: [ILUG] java swing applications under kde
>>> > yeah I remember ja was telling me that he had to do some really kludgy
> > stuff to get that browser to display applets properly. Which desktop envs
> > don't suck ?
> GNOME <g>
> anything other than KDE... (try twm/blackbox/enlightenment). basically
> it down to
> my machine
> KDE (it might have nothing to do with KDE). We found consistent problems
> the whole of the Java gamut on Linux (and even on Mac OS X)
>> > Isn't the blackbox thing shelved these days ?
> Well, they're still releasing seperately from Sun, so I guess
> not. I thought they'd been bought..
>> > I'm using the
> > IBM no 1.3.0. How was your experience with it ?
> IIRC it was the best of a bad bunch (apart from the built-in Netscape 4.7
> but you can't run applications on that).
>> Maybe try a newer one? they're up to 1.4.0 now, and 1.3.1 had bug fixen
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