On 2009-04-23, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> claimed:
> ____/ Sinister Midget on Thursday 23 April 2009 17:28 : \____
>> On 2009-04-23, Tony Manco <trmanco@xxxxxx> claimed:
>>> What is Gnote?
>>> Gnote is a experimental port of Tomboy to C++
>>> New features
>>> * Now support addins (Bug #578980): - Fixed Width
>>> * Show addins in preferences.
>>> * Can now close the template note opened when the Preferences
>>> dialog is open. (Close #579105)
>>> * Check for Gtk+ 2.14 or later and include gtk/gtk.h in
>>> src/utils.cpp (Close #579240)
>>> * Fix wrongly highlighted URLs and a crash when inserting in
>>> some situation. (Close #579225)
>>> * Fix offsets on WikiWord (similar to bug #579225)
>>> * Initialize gettext properly (Close #579520)
>>> * Properly check for libxml2.
>>> * Drag and drop of notes to a notebook (Close #579637)
>>> * Fixed hang when changing the title of a note (Close #579362)
>>> * The open state of notes is now saved properly.
>>> * Update comment to reflect format in strings. (Close #579209)
>>> * Ensure the spelling of Gnote.
>>> * Some strings shouldn't be translated. (Close #579197)
>>> * Date format are non localizable. (Close #579207)
>>> * Properly use plural forms (Close #579412)
>>> * Remove markup from translatable strings (Close #579453)
>>> * Added translations: - Swedish (sv) - Greek (el) - Arabic
>>> (ar) - Catalan (ca) - German (de) - French (fr)
>>> -- http://www.figuiere.net/hub/blog/?2009/04/22/661-gnote-020 --
>> I don't have to look at it just now. Is it sick with mono like Tomboy?
> Quite the opposite. It cures the Tomboy algorithms from the severe case
> mononucleosis that spread to GNOME.
Fortunately, one can still uninstall a minimal amount of stuff that
relies on mono, then get rid of mono itself. Unfortunately more may be
tied to mono in the future, making Gnome worthless without it. Unless
people step in and work on alternatives for everything. Right now I
consider anything requiring mono to be useless in and of itself.
I only recently started using Gnome long enough to get comfortable with
it. I'm hoping the time spent doesn't turn out to be wasted. Then
again, I recall how they screwed up Galeon, which was once a pretty
Do what comes naturally. Seethe, fume and throw a tantrum.