Re: GNOME 2.30: go stable or go cutting edge?

Hi All:

Just to follow up -- for GNOME 2.29.90, we've made the decision to make the stable stuff the default.  So, the CORBA infrastructure will be installed to the same locations as it was with GNOME 2.28.x and the D-Bus infrastructure will be installed in a relocated spot.  You can read more about the details at

We'll shoot for going full D-Bus for GNOME 3.0.

Thanks everyone!


On Feb 3, 2010, at 6:56 AM, Vincent Untz wrote:

> Le lundi 01 février 2010, à 14:54 -0500, Willie Walker a écrit :
>> Please, speak up with your thoughts.  The collective opinion of our
>> group matters and it will help shape what recommendations we will make
>> to the release team for GNOME 2.30.
> I think both should be shipped, and we should document the status in our
> release notes (ie: we're making the new stack available for testing, we
> think it works okay but users depending on accessibility might want to
> use the well-tested code of the old stack instead).
> In the end, it's really a decision that will be taken by distributors
> anyway, and so we should make sure distributors ship both code and
> choose the one they prefer as default.
> (the good news is that with some of the recent changes, it's possible to
> have both stacks installed and so it's really simple to switch between
> the two)
> Vincent
> -- 
> Les gens heureux ne sont pas pressés.
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