Firefox KDE integration patches.
mh at glandium.org
Thu Feb 4 05:58:24 UTC 2010
On Wed, Feb 03, 2010 at 07:34:00PM +0100, Rafael Belmonte wrote:
> Hello, Firefox (Iceweasel for us) is the most popular web browser in the
> GNU/Linux world, even for KDE users this is the most wanted browser.
> Firefox now is provided by some KDE integration: Plasma notifications and KDE
> dialogs, you can find more information here:
> and here:
And more importantly:
> I would like to know that do you think about providing Iceweasel with thise
> KDE integration patches. If you are not very interested, I can try to co-
> maintaint them even I am a beginner in Debian development stuff.
I'm not thrilled at getting these integrated for the version of
Iceweasel that targets squeeze, but that could be a candidate for
experimental or externally available packages.
OTOH, it doesn't look like the KDE integration as done by opensuse
allows to have good gnome integration at the same time, so this would
definitely be a no-starter.
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