Re: Huh... WMs history/features article?
> GNOME/KDE are more framewokrs than
> WMs... Enlightenment, my personal
> favorite, is a true window manager. The
> advantage is that it is ONLY a WM, with
> enough functionality for me to like it,
> lightweight and eyecandyfull at the same
Weird... I used to like Enlightenment too, but since the last update was October 2000, it's become vaporware IMHO. The news page is updated very rarely, Rasterman seems to have some qualms about the state of Linux desktop, but has failed to release his own solution himself. I've tried CVS, but I don't see anything magical about the code that comes out of there. It's difficult to build (oops, but that must be my fault, since they claim a failed build is a result of my setup, not theirs). I used to like it, I'd just like to see some progress outside of CVS, and some proof to back up his claims.