Re: I believe we should reconsider our sys-tray removal

On 4/22/19 9:42 AM, Shaun McCance wrote:
I can't speak to the rest of this long email, but I can clarify one

On Fri, 2019-04-19 at 18:05 -0500, Ty Young via desktop-devel-list
A) Calling "activities" the "overview". These are used
interchangeably. Search "overview" in Gnome Software and you will get
extensions that affect "activities" and call "activities" the
"overview". While I made a mistake and switched to overview it is
still technically correct(or at least no one can agree on what to
call it).
The screen you get when you click Activities or use the hot corner is
called "the Activities overview". That's what it's called (or should be
called) in all official documentation. If random redditers just say
"activities" or "the overview" in casual conversation, that doesn't
particularly bother me. It would be nice if extension developers would
use the correct term in their descriptions though.


Thanks for the clarification Shaun. This is known by all Gnome 3 developers correct? If so, why was no correction ever made and the trolling and "poor discussion" allowed(and still is) to continue? Why are the rules of the official Gnome 3 subreddit applied only when the moderators feel like it? Why are articles/blog/discussion posts discussing Gnome 3 in a negative light being removed even though they do not break any of the mobile-only-visible rules?

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