Sawfish 1.3.2 will be released around 20 january and all submitted Patches will be considered for inclusion into this release. However it is not possible to make an uninformed choice. Your votes are really necessary to make a decision. If you are a sawfish user concerned about sawfish release 1.3.2 please do following:

  1. pick a particular patch and test it in your sawfish, by applying it to your sawfish installation and checking how it works.
  2. edit the patch page and put there either {{yes}}, {{no}} or {{wtf}}, with a small comment how well/bad it performs.

Patches that I'm unable to verify (be it positively or negatively) will remain in submitted patches waiting for next release. All the other patches will be either accepted and included in 1.3.2 release or rejected.

Your input in this wiki and the mailing list is really important, it's all of you who drives sawfish releases. I'm just humbly making it happen ;)

Janek Kozicki 15:42, 14 January 2008 (UTC)

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.