sanfordarmstrong at gmail.com
Mon Apr 11 06:28:25 PDT 2011
FWIW, Tomboy panel applet support is disabled by default. If you pass
--enable-panel-applet to configure, it is still built. This option
currently exists so that Tomboy can still support older distros.
If we do migrate 100% to gtk3 this cycle, then it would make sense to
totally drop the panel applet code. If we don't, there's probably no
harm in leaving it as an option.
I don't know th answer to the Unity question.
On Sun, Apr 10, 2011 at 11:53 PM, Jared Jennings
<jaredljennings at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have been using GNOME-shell and the first thing I noticed, as has
> been said before, is that there isn't the normal applet for Tomboy. It
> appears that we will have to confirm to the new standards and drop
> bonobo, does this apply to Ubuntu also?
> gnome-panel applets are not exposed to the user at all in the
> GNOME Shell, so they can never be the only way to do something
> or the expected way to do something.
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