Fwd: Planning features for 3.2
2011-04-07 10:16:41 GMT
There is already a accessibility section there, so it would be good to fill it up.
In the same way, we need to decide the relation between this and our beloved GNOME3 page.
Probably just updating it to clarify that it is the missing things towards GNOME 3.2 would be enough. We can talk about that on the accessibility meeting.
-------- Original Message --------
|Planning features for 3.2|
|Thu, 7 Apr 2011 14:02:22 +0530|
|Frederic Peters <fpeters <at> gnome.org>|
|desktop-devel-list <at> gnome.org|
Hello all, Have you partied enough already? Are you eager to start tackling 3.2? If we follow our usual schedule, we will have 3.1.1 in one month. Instead of hurrying back to our tools I'd like to propose to spend some of the month planning for features, especially in the areas where cross module cooperation is required. From Matthias email and others I started assembling a very minimalistic list of potential features, http://live.gnome.org/ThreePointOne/Features The pages are currently mostly empty shells, there are currently four sections, "description", "involved parties", "current status", and "how to help"; certainly people with experience from working on the Fedora feature pages, or the Ubuntu blueprints, will have ideas and can restructure those. Of course you are also free to add new pages, but do note this is not a "brainstorm"-type place, in fact I think at some point we will want to "freeze" the set of features (but when? in one month?). I believe it is really important to get on it soon, to assemble teams, with people from the different projects, designers & developers; we are still using a six month schedule, this doesn't give us a lot of time... So please go on those pages, and if you feel concerned by a particular feature, go and edit it. Cheers, it's still time to enjoy 3.0, Frederic [this list of features is UX oriented, we still have the GNOME goals for more technical stuff] _______________________________________________ desktop-devel-list mailing list desktop-devel-list <at> gnome.org http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/desktop-devel-list
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