17 Feb 2004 noda   » (Journeyer)

If I didn't have to do so much schoolwork, I'd have more time to spend coding Epiphany extensions. And it seems to me it would be incredibly easy to bloat my extensions beyond all hope.

I'm considering adding a statusbar (complete with progressbar) to my Error Viewer and putting an icon into every Epiphany window for my popup blocker.... What next? Change the Popup Blocker to handle images and cookies, and give a GUI to remove sites.... These are all cool features, but do they really add value?

So I'm cultivating a lot of respect for those coders who refuse to get carried away. Every day I use GNOME I marvel just a little bit more at how simple it is.

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