Re: [Gimp-developer] =?utf-8?q?Is_Tito_worth_merging=3F_What_should_b?= =?utf-8?q?e_done_with_it=3F?=

There will always be users of minimalist distros such as Archlinux (like myself) who may choose to avoid global UI fluff like that. And Windows and Mac users may not see something similar for some time. As long as Gimp's own mechanism isn't intrusive and can be completely ignored if the user wishes to, I don't think redundancy with Ubuntu should be an issue.

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From: "gespertino gmail com" <gespertino gmail com>
To: "Alec Burgess" <buralex gmail com>
Cc: "gimp-developer" <gimp-developer-list gnome org>
Subject: [Gimp-developer] Is Tito worth merging? What should be done with it?
Date: Tue, May 1, 2012 11:58 am

Oh, forgot to mention but it's important:
Ubuntu just released 12.04 with a new feature: HUD. It basically does
the same than TITO, but globally, with almost every application (GIMP
There's a risk of TITO becoming obsolete if distributions follow the
same path and implement a global menu search tool.
I guess that's something to be considered too. If GIMP includes TITO
and next year all the major linux distributions have something like
Ubuntu's HUD, then we'll have something redundant that uses resources
and increase the size of the application with no benefit at all.
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