[Nautilus-list] Re: [discuss] The return of the GNOME summaries (Please read)

Christian (and all),

Like most projects, we (by "we" i mean OpenOffice.org [OOo]) try and keep
our extended community informed of the most important goings on via our
announce list, announce openoffice org   We announce our new builds, new
projects, etc here.

I'm wondering if someone, perhaps you, being subscribed to this list is
sufficient to keep the Gnome community aware of the high-level happenings
over here.  You could then chose to include OOo announcements of interest
in the weekly Gnome summaries, if that would be appropriate.  For example,
as i hope the Gnome Bonobo community is aware, we have our own bonobo
project going on here [http://whiteboard.openoffice.org/bonobo/index.html]

OOo doesn't currently have anything like the weekly report, though it
would be very useful.  We'd need someone to step up to the plate to do
that, it's just a really, really big plate indeed given that we have over
20 different projects >;-)

Alternately, perhaps if we had a better idea of the kinds of things the
Gnome community would like to know about wrt OOo, we could try and get
appropriate project leads (bonobo, xml, etc?) to email you directly with
announcements.  And each project has it's own announce list, of course, so
perhaps it makes more sense to just have one or two Gnome project people
on the announce lists of relevant OOo projects.

I've long been wondering to what degree and how to keep our respective
communities in sync with eachother.

Hope this is not offtopic,


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On 19 Apr 2001, Christian Schaller wrote:

> Hi good people,
> I have been talking to Havoc Pennington and will as a result of that try
> to ressurect/reincarnate the GNOME weekly summaries. In order to do so
> do I need your cooperation.
> While I follow many of the GNOME mailing lists and other discussions
> there are still lot of things that passes below my radar, so if you
> could try to send me information on new and cool stuff happening with
> your project(s) for inclussion in the summaries that would be great.
> The kind of things I am interested is the cool stuff that in itself
> doesn't warrant a Gnotice post. Examples here would be the a new cool
> bonobo component released, a new format supported in GStreamer, some
> functionality milestone reached in Gnumeric or working word export in
> Abiword, or maybe a long standing deskguide-applet bug killed of. You
> get the idea.  I will of course try to catch most such stuff myself, but
> if your project of choice doesn't get the attention it deserves then
> blame yourself for not mailing me.
> I hope to put up the first GNOME summary next thursday so please have
> anything you want in mailed to me by then.
> Sincerely,
> Christian Schaller
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