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- Dec 7 2018, 9:58 AM (87 w, 6 d)
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Dec 31 2019
Deleted rant... here's how I wish the default panel looked (fake screenshot made in Inkscape):
Dec 30 2019
Some testing and comparison with Microsoft® Windows® 10:
Dec 29 2019
Thoughts: Task manager: icon-only. Panel: horizontal.
Dec 27 2019
Some issues with QML on the desktop I've observed:
Oct 4 2019
Aug 23 2019
Fixed both issues, also hope it's OK to add an extra link at this point in time.
Aug 22 2019
Aug 4 2019
Aug 3 2019
That's all. Moved myself to "willing to work on this", since I've been thinking about a better alternative to KSysGuard for quite some time now (the current one doesn't extract nearly as much as I'd like), that'll probably be more like "truth extractor" than "guard"... Might prove to be too ambitious for me, but if I get a prototype done, I'll post here.
Jul 27 2019
Shouldn't it be "Newest First" instead of "Newest first", to be consistent with other menu items (i.e. "Folders First", etc.)?
Jul 22 2019
Let's also speak about the "gameplay" of desktop free software a bit...
@lydia Yes, exactly! But it also about providing the environment where people can learn everything they need for that naturally, gradually, and smoothly, and where doing it is actually fun for as many people as possible! Imagine for a moment that free software became a proprietary game (nourished by DRM) - it would be either universally panned by critics for its tutorial system, or regarded as a niche hardcore game. Then this goal would be to turn FOSS development into an "easy to learn, hard to master" type of a game.
Jun 26 2019
Jun 25 2019
@mart, it looks like mental blocks are preventing you from understanding the goal... Honestly, I fully expected it to be misunderstood, after all it's probably psychologically difficult to even think about, because all of what I proposed for the goal is so obvious and would be just so good for free software, but will likely prove impossible to implement in practice. More info on that in this comment.
Jun 24 2019
@ervin thank you! I didn't think anybody would notice this and actually reply...