Re: What is GNOME?

Maciej Stachowiak <> writes: 
> 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.

What would be the difference in the two membership categories? (Do
both vote, etc.?)


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