Re: GNOME: lack of strategic roadmap

Le mar. 23 févr. 2010 à 14:12:47 (+0000), Martyn Russell a écrit:
> Actually, I think that the Red Hat maintainers of the toolkit had an
> interest in stability (for ISVs) and that stifled development. As
> such developing anything in GTK+ takes a lot longer than it should
> and that's why it is always hard to get into development there or to
> fix something. This has long been the internal politic of GTK+.

Wasn't it possible to develop the new things in branches to showcase
your ideas and tell the world about those new features?

Just to make things clear, this is a real question, not an attempt to
point finger or anything like that.

I am asking because, even in layers like where compatibility is
key, trying things in branches and showing the world proved to have
worked quite well.


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