I have read announcements on the mailing list recently about a lot of updates. Apps (such as xfburn) that work well on low-resource systems, more "integrated" ones - like garcon - and I see that Nick has posted several announcements about new versions of XFCE components today.
I know that none of you get paid for what has to be a lot of work. I imagine that all of you get pestered when development seems slow (wand hassled when a new update fails to include something that someone wants).
I can't pay you anything. But I can let you know that your efforts are appreciated. Thanks, to all of you, for helping make XFCE, its components, and the apps that are associated with it even better.
PS Thanks, also, to those who help out in this forum - and on the mailing list - by providing assistance and education to the users.
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