Re: May 3rd: Deadline for GNOME 3.0 module proposals


We definitely need a non-CORBA gnome-speech replacement.  Without that, we loose blind access to GNOME, which is used by quite a lot of people.  The number of folks using GOK is far smaller... Inviting them to stay a bit longer on GNOME 2.30 may be an acceptable stop-gap...


Peter Korn
Accessibility Principal

On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 15:09, Andre Klapper <ak-47 gmx net> wrote:
Am Freitag, den 30.04.2010, 15:06 +0200 schrieb Andre Klapper:
If you are a maintainer and plan to propose your module for inclusion in
GNOME 3.0 but have not done yet
Personally I expected but have not yet seen proposals for
     * a GOK replacement[1] (caribou?)
     * a replacement for gnome-speech[2] (opentts?)
     * PyGI, but that's maybe too early[3]

We are a bit short of time for following the process, given all the
polishing still to do and some missing features. Do people think that
it's very important to have it included in this release?



     * gnome-activity-journal

Note that this is only my very personal opinion and that I am not
speaking on behalf of the release-team.



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