Heh, same here. I thought I was the only one. I thought it was just some new library that was suddenly needed for a whole bunch of applications, hence its popularity.
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Mein Fuehrer! I can walk!
Oh man, nostalgia. I loved Gnome 1.4. Particularly gmc (the old file manager.
Not to be a "Nitpicky Sue", but wasn't 1.4 the first release to include Nautilus?
Yes, my understanding is that it's a FreeDesktop.org standard (at least a proposed one?)
See this YouTube video for more details: http://youtube.com/watch?v=YjnCXKQ3MUc
The underlying issue is that in the U.S. there is a federal statute that provides this license for all the music streamed on Pandora, but there is no equivalent license outside the U.S.
Soon-to-be-former Canadian Pandora listeners may want to check out the Pandora blog for updates and for more information as it comes."