I can understand some Italian (because I'm a native speaker of spanish). I learned Russian for a couple of years, a long time ago, but I forgot almost everything...
Anyway, I don't use tazpanel either but tazpanel doesn't bother me because I can still use the *linux* distro SliTaz the way linux is used, mostly by means of the command line. The close button delay was more annoying because I thought I couldn't avoid it, but I can.
Aleksej, I must admit that the google translation of your post looks OK but google sucks anyway. I am not going to get into a political discussion about corporatism and freedom, but I expected people interested in *free* software to know better.
You say that interfaces should serve their purpose, which is correct but also a tautology. We can go back to this being a matter of taste, and in that case I can ask : Why should SliTaz users follow your tastes in interface design? Thankfully since we are dealing with open source software, it can be tweaked to suit personal 'tastes'...to some degree.