Re: Moduleset reorg
- From: William Jon McCann <william jon mccann gmail com>
- To: Frederic Peters <fpeters gnome org>
- Cc: release-team gnome org
- Subject: Re: Moduleset reorg
- Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2010 14:40:46 -0500
On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 4:07 AM, Frederic Peters <fpeters gnome org> wrote:
>> - accerciser, anjuta, devhelp, glade3, gnome-devel-docs (devtools)
These are apps, except the docs which make more sense to be available
on library.gnome and not in a release anyway.
>> - pessulus, sabayon (admin)
Cool tools but they are just apps.
>> - caribou, dasher, gnome-mag, orca (accessibility)
A few problems here with all of these. They don't match the designs,
don't really make sense except as part of the core (universal access
requires it), don't work in/with the shell, don't integrate well with
other core components and technologies (i18n, input methods, etc).
Much discussion about this at GNOME Summit. At this point successful
a11y is really a non-starter with the toolkit support we currently
>> - gnome-applets (even if we still have gnome-panel)
RIP. Essential applets should be part of gnome-panel itself. It
doesn't make sense to have applets only in the gnome 2 fallback
>> - gnome-color-manager
I suppose this is targeted to be part of the core but won't be for
3.0. We don't have designs for it.
>> - rygel
Honestly, I have no idea what this aims to be. Need to know more about it.
>> - sound-juicer
> Those modules are still missing from the new modulesets; the missing
> devtools is especially annoying as the doc & dev tools hackfest starts
They don't belong in the core moduleset. But we should add them to
the apps set (but probably not featured).
> Also the new modulesets broke library.gnome.org (I forwarded an email
Wasn't enough context there for me to understand where the error came from.
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