Re: wgo Tour: which pages?

--- Alex Hudson <home alexhudson com> wrote:

> On Thu, 2006-11-23 at 14:36 +0000, Joachim Noreiko
> wrote:
> > No.
> > 10x10 is a pipedream and Topaz is nothing more
> than a
> > big dump of crazy ideas on the wiki.
> That's a bit harsh. 
> There's a fine line between "vision" and
> "vapourware", though.

I'm in a harsh mood.
If we're going to promote something, we have to feel
it's worth promoting.

A lot of the individual ideas in Topaz are good and
should trickled into 2.x.
But there's no sense of a solid plan for a new
desktop. Just a big tip of ideas, some of which are
good, some of which aren't.
I don't feel able to promote that without, erm, lying.
> >  Somewhere there's a mostly CSS-based presentation
> > thingy. Does anyone else remember what I mean?
> S5, but it also needs Javascript.
> For most people it'd probably be fine, and you
> probably could hack it to
> fall back to non-Javascript for a specific
> presentation.

Never mind then. It was just a thought.

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