Re: Gnome bugs for 3.0.2 Push
- From: Owen Taylor <otaylor redhat com>
- To: Nohemi Fernandez <nohemifdz gmail com>
- Cc: gnome-shell-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Gnome bugs for 3.0.2 Push
- Date: Mon, 23 May 2011 20:24:48 -0400
Hi Nohemi -
Welcome to SOC! Thanks a lot for doing this, it's very useful. I'll
comment on Mutter patches first since that's a smaller set.
On Mon, 2011-05-23 at 12:06 -0500, Nohemi Fernandez wrote:
> Definitely Want to Have:
gtk_window_set_opacity() seems not to work with mutter
gtk_window_set_opacity() isn't that commonly used, but it has been
dup'ed several times. I'll have to retest carefully if I merge this to
the branch, since it is sort of big.
leak in theme parser
region-utils.c: Squash a memory leak
These are good candidates, yes.
Use correct GTK+ colors when the application prefers a dark variant
This one is actually a really large set of changes implementing
a new feature, that we decided against doing for 3.0.0 because they were
too large and too invasive, even though the designers really wanted
the feature (dark window manager themes for dark borders.) So it isn't
a candidate for a 3.0.x update.
> Nice To Have:
This is a patch that was needed as a prerequisite for the gnome-shell
https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=649203 (startup and gettext
stuff) which does a lot of cleanup, but doesn't have much impact on the
user. So, I don't consider it a candidate for 3.0.2.
Other stuff I'm probably going to cherry pick
Filter mirrored monitors from the monitors list
Without this patch, the shell becomes unusable in a confusing and
frustrating way if you pick "mirror displays" in
window: don't allow side-by-side tiling of non-maximizable windows
Somewhat marginal, but should be a very safe patch and fixes a
somewhat disturbing UI problem if you accidentally drag
dialog/utility windows to the edges of the screen.
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