Fwd: GNOME Roadmap - Information request for gnome-games

this one slipped from my mind until just now. Deadline is tomorrow to
add things to the roadmap. We have
http://live.gnome.org/RoadMap/GnomeGames but we need to update to the
2.24. I'll update the page later today.

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From: GNOME Roadmap Gang <roadmap-list gnome org>
Date: Tue, Mar 18, 2008 at 9:15 PM
Subject: GNOME Roadmap - Information request for gnome-games
To: thomashpa svn gnome org, jclinton svn gnome org

Dear maintainer(s),

 GNOME 2.22 has been released and we've all started to focus on the next
 development cycle. As part of our roadmap process, we're now gathering
 information about our 2.24 plans and beyond. The goal is to compose a
 GNOME-wide roadmap for the next stable releases. And we need your help
 to do this. It's important that you take a few minutes to reply to the
 following questions before April 2.


 - What are your plans for GNOME 2.24 (next 4 months, before feature and UI

 - What are your plans for GNOME 2.26?

 - Do you have plans for a future release?

 - Do you have any goals from 2.22 that were not achieved? Why?

 - Is there something that is really missing in our infrastructure or platform
  that would help you?

 - Do you have plans to work on other modules not maintained by you?  What are

 - Do you have any GNOME-wide goals suggestions for the next releases?


 You can reply those questions in two ways: you can directly create/update a
 wiki page for your module's roadmap or you can just reply this message to
 roadmap-list gnome org 

 To create/update the wiki page, follow the instructions:

 1. Create a wiki page under http://live.gnome.org/RoadMap/ModuleName, where
 "ModuleName" is a wiki word version of your module (i.e Gedit, LibGnome,
 GnomeVfs, etc). You should use this template for the wiki page initial
 content: http://live.gnome.org/RoadMap/ModuleTemplate

 2. In case this wiki page already exists, just update it by taking the template
 page as a basis.

 4. Add a link to the new page in http://live.gnome.org/RoadMap/Modules and set
 the status column to "Info" accordingly.


 You can keep track of the roadmapping process for your (and other) modules at:

 For more information about the roadmap process, go to:

 For more information about our schedule, go to:

 Thanks for your contribution!

 The Roadmap Gang

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