> First, I can't speak for everyone else, but I generally find it receive
> an uninvited reply directly to my e-mail address rather than to the
> group/list. Maybe it's just my old IRCer prejudice against unsolicited PMs.
> Second, people generally have lives of their own and, in all the
> contexts I've been in, expecting others to tease your requirements out
> of you with a game of 20 questions is considered rude at best and
> arrogant and annoying at worst.
> I suggest you read http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
> While it's focused on questions rather than feature requests, the
> underlying principles are equally relevant.
> On 05/02/11 05:23 PM, Brian Winfrey - firstname.lastname@example.org
>> On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 1:49 PM, Stephan Sokolow
>>> Aside from the fact that lxpanel has a feature request tracker and
>>> assuming someone actually feels like implementing what you're asking
>>> for, how are we supposed to know what exactly you want?
>>> I know I can't make proper sense of something that hyper-condensed.
>>> On 05/02/11 01:14 PM, Brian Winfrey wrote:
>>>> lxpanel - combined applications to single button.
>>>> Add top level menu item for close all. show/hide all may be nice as
>> by asking.