<Swing Dev> Two Gtk-LNF bugs+fixes
linuxhippy at gmail.com
Wed Jan 16 14:45:02 PST 2008
Sorry about my chidish reaction, I just got a bit worried and angry.
Keep up the good work and thanks for opening the JDK :)
2008/1/16, Alexander Potochkin <Alexander.Potochkin at sun.com>:
> Hello Clemens
> I just want to say thank you for being with us
> and sorry for the late response
> Our super-busy days are getting over
> and we'll be more responsive
> so please keep sending your valuable feedback
> Thanks again
> > Hi Kirill,
> >> It's me you're talking about.
> >> You're absolutely right about everything you've said.
> > Please don't take it personal, its just it happend already so often on
> > jdk-collaboration and also here on OpenJDK. If you've luck and you
> > find an engineer which takes notice the process is really smooth and
> > fine, but otherwise patches are just lost.
> > Many others I know about already turned away again.
> > If there would something like a patch-review-pipeline, but now a
> > contributor posts something and doesn't even know wether anybody took
> > notice.
> > Sorry that I was so unfriendly :-/
> >> I'll take a look at your patches.
> >> Speaking about InternalFrames, I have a whole project in pending state
> >> that uses native Metacity libraries for rendering internal frames. There
> >> are no problems with transparent borders, buttons, theme switching
> >> there. By now it works on Linux with Metacity 2.18. I didn't have time
> >> to port the native sources to Solaris.
> >> It's in pending state because my priorities have changed recently. Some
> >> day I'll get back to it.
> > Oh that sounds great :)
> > Well then don't mind about my patches ... great there will be a better
> > solution some day :)
> > Thanks a lot for your reply, lg Clemens
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