Re: Barcelona report
- From: ijoj joker <jokerjoji gmail com>
- To: foundation-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Barcelona report
- Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2005 08:50:22 +0530
Can you help in prgramming .
I would like to disble all window execpt the one which we want
after terminating the window pope every thing should be normal.
gtkwindow transisant then the application wich spawned form the
parent is disabled
I wanted to disable all windows
On 7/30/05, Jeff Waugh <jdub perkypants org> wrote:
> <quote who="Leslie Proctor">
> > I was part of the fundraising team for GUADEC when User Day and the
> > government/business speakers were added. They were added in response to
> > the fact that we were getting firm "no"s from potential sponsors. Those
> > same companies came on board later on that year, as a result of us adding
> > the enhanced User Day. These companies have come back as speakers in
> > large part because of the bigger focus of GUADEC.
> > To say that it's wasting money is not correct. The money's there because
> > of the programming on User Day.
> I don't think that's still the case (based on evidence from other successful
> events), though it is entirely understandable given the economic climate at
> the time.
> Indeed, it is concerning to me that GUADEC requires independent sponsorship.
> I believe we can fund a successful developer gathering *without* additional
> help from our existing Advisory Board sponsors (primarily because I've been
> involved in the creation of a conference built to a roughly similar model in
> the past, which has continued to be successful *and* profitable annually).
> I have offered my time and experience to the Foundation Board to help with
> this. I have requested the budget for GUADEC 2005 to help with the creation
> of a simpler, sustainable model for future GUADECs. I stated up front that I
> did not require a finalised budget, just a coherent list of incomings and
> outgoings. It has been promised, but not delivered - and how many weeks has
> it been since GUADEC? This information should have been broadly understood
> and documented *before* the conference, let alone weeks after it.
> I don't blame the Board, however. They don't have this information either,
> and will need to resolve *that* problem before they can pass it on to me.
> (It's also concerning that decisions are being made about the next GUADEC
> without this information...!)
> - Jeff
> OSCON 2005: August 1st-5th http://conferences.oreillynet.com/os2005/
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