Re: Nautilus UI Roadmap

Not exactly... here's what ammonkey says about this:

On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 04:56, John Stowers <john stowers lists gmail com> wrote:
On 6/4/10, Cosimo Cecchi <cosimoc gnome org> wrote:
> On Thu, 2010-06-03 at 18:36 +0300, Alin-Andrei wrote:
>> Guys, some of the stuff on the UI Roadmap wiki page has already been
>> done in Nautilus Elementary. Take a
>> look:
>> You could work together and just improve these new features...
> Yeah; honestly it's a bit disappointing that no part of that development
> effort is being done here upstream, and that the developers of
> nautilus-elementary never got in touch with us, since some of the
> features we want to implement seem to be the same.

I have spoken and worked with the nautilus elementary developer
(ammonkeyd) a little bit when we collaborated on a CoverFlow
implementation for Nautilus ( but
that fell apart when we had different ideas.

In any case, the developers of nautilus elementary have not
communicated here in the past and have also said they do not wish to
because they believe "the projects have different visions". I would
basically not rely on any help or communication from them in the

That being said however, these are the important differences
 * The undo/redo stuff is this
 * The toolbar editor work is based on the Midori toolbar editor code,
and not that from cosimo/others
 * The view switcher modebutton is basically this
 * The zoom slider has been posted here for review
 * The breadcrumb bar is some minor mods to nautilus-pathbar.c but
basically done by the gtk theme painting arrow pixmaps at the correct
place (AFAIK)
 * Much of the sidebar shown in nautilus-elementary is new code
 * They added back the button to switch from pathbar <-> entry



> I'd be glad to review patches if those were submitted.
> Cheers,
> Cosimo

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