I'd like to see the maintainers add features specific to flash drives and (Mini) SD cards, such as the ability to repair corrupted cards. I've seen similar tools in the M$ world that haven't made their way to the land of *nix.
GParted - I wouldn't be without it. I use it to set up my hard drive partitions before any new Linux install. I always set up a /home partition to preserve my data files. That way, the data files stay intact upon any addition Linux installs or a reinstall. That also make backing up my data files (only) much easier.
~ The Village Elder
0.29.0-1 Great tool, been using it for seems like forever. Only downside was it didn't seem to detect the usb mouse, much digging around for a ps2 one. I'm sure previous versions must have, not had to do this before.
Where would we all be without gparted? Simply an immensely great tool and would also category it as a distro of sorts.
Rate gparted with a perfect 10 simply because it does what it suppose to do and it does it well. Yes, there has been a few occasions when things weren't quite right, but that may rest on the heads of other application devs and also file systems.
Improvement, yea they could say good-bye to the outdated look but it's a tool and as long as it works it's fine with me.