Re: Upcoming tasks -- need everyone's input

Le lundi 06 f�ier 2006 �4:29 -0700, Elijah Newren a �it :
> On 2/5/06, Vincent Untz <vuntz gnome org> wrote:
> > I don't know what decision was taken. I'm not against it, but waiting
> > for the next release might be a good solution too (so the issues can be
> > addressed). Including it now might help g-p-m get better, though :-)
> It appears that we're in a no decision state.  We put the modules that
> were totally non-controversial and non-problematic into the 2.13.90
> release.  That means that libnotify/notification-daemon weren't in (is
> it okay to pull in libsexy despite not being mentioned previously? 
> should this be an officially blessed external dependency?), and
> neither was gnome-power-manager.

libsexy: I'm not in favor of including it (see previous mail)

gnome-power-manager: I'm wondering about gnome-screensaver: does it need
gnome-power-manager? There's also the problem that it duplicates the
functionality of the battery applet, but in the notification area... I
think we'd need another release cycle to properly integrate it with the

I also thought a bit about libnotify/notification-daemon and to be
honest, I'm starting to hate how I see bubbles popping up every now and
then. This is really wrong. It's easy to break a good desktop experience
with this. This not really libnotify's fault, though.

> We really need to get this resolved.  Should we schedule an irc
> meeting for us all to talk about it, or can we get everyone to respond
> over email?

I think an IRC meeting might indeed help. Here are some other things we
could talk about:

  + release team tasks ;-)
  + what to do with gnome-icon-theme

It doesn't need to be a long meeting, though.


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