Re: [DRAFT] GNOME Roadmap - Time to Update, and 3.0

Frederic Peters píše v Ne 09. 11. 2008 v 18:30 +0100:
> Dear module maintainer,[1]

(Don't think the footnote is needed, but can't hurt)

> GNOME 2.24 got released a bit more than a month ago and we all started
> looking forward for the next releases; looking forward so much that we
> would actually love to know your plans, get to to
> update your roadmap page now.
> They are listed at ; tell us
> about your plans for 2.26.
> But there is a twist this time, we want to plan further than the next
> six months, we want to define the major goals for the next two years,
> and we are willing to implement fresh/inovative ideas that improves
> GNOME's user experience.

nitpicking: it's "innovative"

> Two major ideas came out from the UI hackfest, a new desktop shell and
> file management revamping, we believe those are exciting ideas as an
> initial effort to define our 3.0 release.  But *YOU* are those who
> makes GNOME, and we want to read about your ideas.
> You will be right thinking two years is a long time, you will also be
> right thinking it is a short time, you know best what can be achieved
> in such a time frame, so think about the overall user experience, be
> free to "break" the current UI (if that brings improvements to our
> users, obviously).
> That's it, think over it, discuss it with friends, other developers,
> the various teams, usability, art, and tell us all you want about it
> in the RoadMap pages.

"But please DO add content - it's also important for our Release Notes
and the press coverage of our next release." ?

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