Re: What is GNOME?

Havoc Pennington <> writes:

> Hi,
> To define "contributing to GNOME" and determine what projects are in
> the foundation, we're going to have to define the set of projects that
> GNOME contains.

One thing to keep in mind is that even if we exclude applications from
being part of GNOME proper, I think they still need some form of
representation in the foundation. For instance, the Gnumeric or
GnuCash developers should (if they want to) have some sort of say in
where GNOME is going; to a large degree the whole _point_

In San Diego when this came up we thought of the possibility of having
two different scopes, one which was only the core desktop environment
and development platform (perhaps we should even say core development
platform - since if someone comes up with that shouldn't make them part of
core GNOME any more than some random useless app), and another which
is more inclusive.

 - Maciej

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