Re: Getting Gnome Accessibility in Garnome

BTW, thanks Jeff.

I have made this point with the GOK team already regarding the
desirability of releases, but I cannot unilaterally make them myself.  I
am happy to assist in the initial releases however (though history shows
that I sometimes need some help myself ;-)


On Mon, 2003-03-31 at 12:47, Jeff Waugh wrote:
> <quote who="Bill Haneman">
> > Up until now, the gok team has been reluctant to make any actual
> > 'releases' (though GOK itself is working reasonably well).  However in
> > recent conversations with Simon Bolter of the University of Toronto,
> > co-maintainer of GOK, it sounded as though they could be persuaded to
> > start making releases.
> ObligatoryReleaseTeamComment: Making releases is a really good habit to get
> into, 'release early, release often', etc. :-) If you've got code out in
> wide use, you can prioritise your fixes more easily - 'real' feedback really
> helps.
> > The same goes for the gnopernicus team; Draghi, Adi, are you guys ready to
> > start uploading tarballs (i.e. "make dist") to
> Just a recommendation - it's worth making sure your module distchecks before
> you make a release. Sometimes painful, but worth it in the end.
> > As for the rest of the accessibility stack, it should be ready for GARNOME
> > now as far as I know.  I would include the 'at-poke' module also, in the
> > developer platform tarballs (not desktop), (at-poke was largely written by
> > Michael M) since it's very useful as a testing and diagnostic tool for the
> > developer platform.
> Cool, I'll add at-poke.
> Thanks,
> - Jeff
Bill Haneman <bill haneman sun com>

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