The panel plugins I maintain are:
- The notes plugin
- The FS guard plugin
- The clipman plugin (this one is prolly the most wanted)
For the notes plugin I got already most features I was thinking of in, except formatting (which I doubt that I will work on), so the release going on here will be minor.
For the FS guard plugin I was asked to reverse the progress bar so that it shows the capacity remaining and not the free space... well something like that :-) Now I'm confused and don't remember what it really displays.
The clipman plugin needs a rewrite. To my taste it features too many options, and I will split most none-obvious options to an "Advanced..." tab. The first release will most probably be the rewrite, than will follow another release for a long asked feature that is action on pattern matching — open a web page automatically, display a menu, and so forth.
Other than plugins I maintain applications.
The applications I maintain are:
Sadly for Xfmpc — a client for MPD — I no longer run MPD to listen to my music, so this hacking is freezed at the moment. My current favorite player is Audacious.
Eatmonkey is a small application where I learn to use new frameworks. There won't be an official release before very long.
Hopefully I will get the clipman plugin out before end of December!
While you are at rewriting clipman, please try to keep it low in terms of processor wake-ups per second. Consider it a challenge :)ReplyDelete
Patter matching sounds excellent!ReplyDelete
It would be nice if there is a pop-up screen to ask for confirmation before the note is delete. It's quite easy to delete the note accidentally by pressing the short-cut key.ReplyDelete
Thanks for xfmpc!ReplyDelete
Small footprint, it does what it has to do. The thing I think it would be nice, would be the ability to play audio CDs. A small and light mpd/CD player for Xfce (xfmpcd?) that we could use with thunar-volman to auto-start/auto-play audio CDs.
I would be willing to take notes off your hands if you have too many things or not interested anymore.ReplyDelete
@Anonymous: Sure, I will keep the wake-ups low ;)ReplyDelete
@Marco: Sorry, but Xfmpc is not a CD player, buy a Hi-Fi! Or, rip your CDs with Asunder.
@CodeHack: Consider writing patches first, you can attach them to new bugs on bugzilla. Then we can always get closer and open a goodies developer account for you :)