Re: release notes pimping

On Mon, 2003-07-28 at 22:12, John Fleck wrote:
> Folks -
> Last time 'round, the main theme of the release notes was "usability,
> performance, appearance, and accessibility support". If we had a slogan,
> it was a desktop that "just works". What is the dominant theme of the
> 2.4? What should we be pimping here?
> Cheers,
> John

The most user-visible changes I know of:
+ Panel/Applet usability (death of panel types, HIG-ified gnome-applets)
+ New modules: nautilus-cd-burner, totem, gnome-mag, gnome-speech,
gnopernicus, gok, gucharmap, epiphany, gpdf, gnomemeeting, and zenity.

"Multimedia, Usability, Accessability, and the Web"?

The "More of a Good Thing" release?
The "Plumbers' Putty" release? (Filling in the cracks... <groan> :-))


    Jim Cape

    "It is literally true that, like Christianity, Socialism
     has conquered the world by defeating itself."
        -- Alexander Berkman, ABC of Anarchism

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