A GTK+ roadmap update

Its been on my todo list for a while to write an update for the GTK+ roadmap.

While I couldn't make it to the Developer experience hackfest in
Berlin myself, the GTK+ team was present there and had a pretty
extensive roadmap discussion. Thankfully, they took great notes [1]. I
encourage everybody who is interested in what is planned for the next
year of GTK+ development to read them, they pretty much cover it all.
I have now transcribed them into the more task-oriented form of our
main roadmap page [2].

The big themes on the agenda are
1. Closing gaps for modern applications (widgets missing for GNOME HIG
compliant or Elementary apps)
2. Improving our cross-platform story
3. Touch support
4. Scene graph
5. Better developer documentation
6. Closer ties with glade
7. Cleanups, preparation for 4.0

For 3.14, we're aiming to achieve the following:
- Merge the gesture branch
- Add a gtkparasite-lookalike debugging module
- Make Adwaita the default theme

There are many more details in the notes and on the roadmap page,
including areas where your help could make a difference. So check it


[1] https://wiki.gnome.org/Hackfests/DeveloperExperience2014/GtkRoadmap
[2] https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/GTK%2B/Roadmap

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