On Tue, 28 Mar 2006, Jeff Spaleta wrote:
would have discovered the D-Conf spec and related discussion and
followed up on it to see how its impacting upstream GConf development.
All of which happens outside the scope of fedora.
"D-Conf generated a long discussion on FreeDesktop.org's XDG mailling
list. Its objective is to standarize configuration across desktop
frameworks like Gnome and KDE, so no focus is being devoted to global
non-desktop system configurations.
It was very difficult to find the D-Conf website (not found in the end),
and seems that all is available is that XDG discussion, and a wiki page
containing analisys of what is required, and development directions.
Conclusion: D-Conf is vaporware. "
I hope you are right and D-conf is making a difference, that seems to be
debatable however. Btw by all means do not be nice on my account, I enjoy
raw personality :).