Oh, also, Gary, you should feel free to do this.
On 12/4/06, Sean Egan <seanegan@...> wrote:
> forgot to reply-all!
> On 12/4/06, Sean Egan <seanegan@...> wrote:
> > On 12/4/06, Casey Harkins <caseyharkins@...> wrote:
> > > Gary Kramlich wrote:
> > > > For everyone's convenience, here's that list again:
> > > > autoaccept, autoreply, convcolors, markerline, newline, offlinemsg,
> > > > listhandler, and buddynote.
> > > +1 for the markerline plugin. I don't really use gaim for irc that
> > > often, but I find the line in xchat extremely helpful, I'd assume other
> > > users would as well.
> > I'll also propose: showoffline lastseen gaimxchat exec .
> > I'm too lazy to see what nicksaid does
> > > There was talk in the past on this list about adding gaim-libnotify,
> > > though I'm not sure if anyone has contacted the author about it. I think
> > > one of the devs offered to support it if the author abandons it. I also
> > > noticed a patch in the tracker which added it directly into gtkdocklet
> > > and fixed some aspects of it. That patch could probably be merged back
> > > into the plugin to bring it up to date. I probably wouldn't use it, but
> > > I have quite a few users (10+) who probably would. I can always package
> > > it up as a plugin though, so I don't care either way. Just thought I'd
> > > bring it up again while we're on the adding plugins topic.
> > I think we would probably want guification-like behavior in the core
> > rather than as a plugin, but libnotify would only work on UNIX
> > machines with dbus (and libnotify) installed, which I can't imagine
> > represents *too* large a percentage of Gaim users (certainly under
> > 50%). Something like guifications--- drawing our own
> > notifications---will have the benefit of working everywhere, at the
> > cost of our notifications looking different than libnotify's on UNIX.
> > Probably a good move would be to use libnotify if found at compile
> > time, otherwise, draw our own notifications.
> > -s.