Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting David Neary (bolsh at gimp.org):
<Snipped stuff I agree with>
> > The value of the desktop environment is the consistent framework for
> > intercommunication between the "motley collection of X11 clients" as
> > you call them.
>> That is a matter of opinion and perspective, is it not?
Actually, I don't think so. As you point out yourself, without
the CORBA or DCOP stuff, you're just running x clients, and
therefore not using the desktop environment at all.
E-Mail: bolsh at gimp.org
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