Re: review gnome-extras/obsolete module sets

El ds 01 de 01 de 2011 a les 12:44 +0100, en/na Johannes Schmid va
> Hi!
> > - GNOME3 platform and extended platform as a single D-L moduleset
> > - GNOME3 Core Desktop
> > - GNOME3 Applications (this one is the most fuzzier about which one goes
> > in and which ones goes out)
> > - GIMP and friends
> > - Productivity
> > - Others (not in any other previous moduleset defined above)
> > - freedesktop
> What is productivity? And I think we should have "Features
> Applications" and "Other applications" because otherwise 100% in
> applications is difficult to reach and non-features applications might
> not follow string freeze.

The one we have now:

> > That way platform Core Desktop is the new "aiming to 100%", Applications
> > being the second more important and platform, gimp, productivity and
> > others as the "translate them in-between releases".
> Platform is important to translate because it contains all the stock
> items. You won't have a nice Desktop experience without platform...

Sure, that's why I said it was a first idea :)

But now that you said it ... just translating gtk+ user interface is
enough? I mean, the gtk+-properties has any user-visible string?

If we can agree on which ones from the actual development platform (that
is: at-spi, atk, [gd]conf, gdk-pixbuf, glib, gnome-vfs, gtk+-ui, gtk
+-properites, libbonobo, libbonoboui, libgnome, libgnomeui and
libgnomecanvas) are really needed for a visual desktop translated could
be moved (on D-L) to GNOME3 Core Desktop that I said should be the first
one to aim at 100%.


> Regards,
> Johannes

Gil Forcada

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