/pidgin/main: 79ccaf2efd0b: Remove newline plugin, it's also han...
eion at robbmob.com
Sun Feb 2 14:54:22 EST 2014
If we got the stats plugin merged in then we could see how many of these
plugins are used/not used by people ;)
If the problem you're trying to solve is to make the plugin list easier to
navigate, then wouldn't it be better to try and make the plugin list easier
to navigate, rather than cull plugins that could end up going back into the
list and making it "hard to navigate" again. I'm not entirely sure how
scrolling a vertical list is hard to navigate though.
On 3 February 2014 08:49, Tomasz Wasilczyk <twasilczyk at pidgin.im> wrote:
> W dniu 02.02.2014 19:25, Ethan Blanton pisze:
> Tomasz Wasilczyk spake unto us the following wisdom:
>>> It's definitely a appearance plugin, so, if other clients "needs"
>>> (whatever it means) it, they should implement it by themselves.
>> I believe it is indeed perfectly suitable for other clients, and works
>> fine in finch.
> Maybe it could be a Finch plugin? Other clients than Finch (Adium?)
> doesn't use it. For clients like Pidgin or Adium, it may not work as
> expected, especially when using custom themes.
> Also, it's one of the tiny plugins, that does very tiny things that
>>> barely noone use. I will post a mail to devel@ with a suggestion
>>> list of plugins that should be dropped in my opinion.
>> I don't understand this logic. If it's tiny and easy to maintain,
>> there's no particular reason to throw it out.
> It makes plugin list cluttered and hard to navigate, especially for the
> new users. I don't feel like the plugin for (example) changing the margin
> of buddy list is useful enough to present it in the first place for every
> user that installs Pidgin.
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