On Thu, 2006-06-15 at 23:31 +0100, Chris Jones wrote:
On my laptop, pm-suspend and pm-hibernate work fine, but it would be nice if
they where better integrated in KDE as well as gnome - I run KDE and had to
had buttons "by hand" to do this whilst by default gnome has it integrated
I guess my point is to please do not forget KDE, and do not develop solutions
which are tied to gnome only.
You are addressing the wrong audience. The Linux desktop space is moving
in a direction where some parts of integration work is happening at the
desktop level instead of at the distributor / OS vendor level. That's
good, I think, since it means distributors pool their effort and we all
win. For example, the bulk of GNOME power management work was done by
Richard Hughes who is not employed by Red Hat. And, for the record,
people are already working on this for KDE too; here's one effort
I'm sure they would love some more help.