Re: new modules consensus

On Thu, 2004-08-12 at 14:06 +0100, Mark McLoughlin wrote:
> - Cantus
No.  This kind of functionality needs to be better integrated into the
desktop, in either (or both) Nautilus or a music player.

>  - libsoup
>    gal
>    gtkhtml
>    evolution-data-server
>    evolution
>    evolution-exchange
Yes.  I've been using 1.5 since it came out.  It works great, looks
good, and is sorely needed in the Desktop.

>  - evolution-webcal
Yes.  With Evolution in the Desktop, this is a given.

>  - gnome-keyring-manager
No, for now.  I'm very impressed with how quickly this was constructed,
and the amazing collaborative effort that went into it, but I don't
think it is quite ready.  It needs to be a little simpler to use.
>  - gnome-nettool
Yes.  It's a nice tool that works well.  The bugs that Alan had pointed
out, I believe, are not stoppers for it's inclusion.
>  - gnome-system-tools
Yes.  As a user of a distro that does not have its own GUI config tools,
these are wonderful.  If other distros don't want to use them, and would
rather use their own tools, then that's fine, they just won't ship
>  - gnome-volume-manager
Absolutely.  This works wonderfully.  Although I would like to see it's
capplet integrated with the existing CD & DVD applet.  They show almost
the same options, so we could combine them, and use the CD & DVD
applet's configuration backend in case you are on a 2.4 kernel or other
OS not supported by HAL.
>  - vino
Definitely.  This is a perfect example of Just Works, and is
functionality that we have been needing for a long time.

> Thanks,
> Mark.

Thanks for getting the ball rolling again on this, Mark.

Mason Kidd

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