Ohlédnutí za GNOME 3Launch Party

GNOME 3Launch Party byla oficiální release party organizovaná ve spolupráci s GNOME Foundation, Red hat a klubem Silicon Hill . Akce proběhla 9.4.2011 ve Školicím centru.

Přednáškový sál SC Silicon Hill, zdroj: Tomáš Srna

Přednášková část trvala 4 hodiny a obsahovala následující přednášky:

GNOME 3 a okolní knihovny – představení GNOME 3 a knihoven GTK+ 3, glib,… z pohledu uživatele a vývojáře (prezentoval Tomáš Bžatek, GNOME vývojář ze společnosti Red Hat a Tomeu Vizoso, španělský GNOME vývojář)

Unity jako alternativní cesta – představení alternativního rozhraní pro GNOME z dílny Canonical (prezentoval Vojtěch Trefný, vedoucí české komunity Ubuntu)

GNOME Release and Bug Management – přednáška o plánování vývoje a systému bugzilly GNOME (prezentoval Andre Klapper, člen release teamu GNOME)

Lokalizace GNOME – lokalizace GNOME nejen do češtiny (prezentoval Petr Kovář, vedoucí českého lokalizačního týmu)

Akce se zúčastnilo odhadem 70 návštěvníků. Někteří z ních se pak společně přemístili do restaturace Petřín na bloku 8, kde ze zúčastnili neoficiálního krátjení G3 dortu.

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KRzysztof 6.7.2015 20:49:
Details======= + clutter (external ddncneepey): general consensus around it and people want to play with it there's not a lot of code depending on it right now (not sure there'll be anything in the 2.24 timeframe) but it's a chicken & egg problem and people have really shown interest in it => approved It's important to not have clutter-only UIs for now (for accessibility reasons), though. + libcanberra (external ddncneepey): some +1 on the lists, and already used in some parts of GNOME would have been nice to see it come earlier in the cycle => approved + libgda (external ddncneepey): applications using libgda are not ported to 4.0 yet no real support on the mailing list => rejected For the anjuta plugin using it: we suggest to either make it optional or ship it separetely of the main anjuta module. + PolicyKit & PolicyKit-gnome (external dependencies): the plan is to have PolicyKit-gnome in the desktop set for 2.26 people are already using it and there's some good consensus around it helps improve accessibility of security-related UIs this is a good first step towards inclusion in the desktop set later => approved + WebKit/GTK+ (external ddncneepey): lots of community support accessibility support might not be good enough (no reply from WebKit/GTK+ people) epiphany will still use Gecko for 2.24 yelp is still using Gecko at the moment (there's a WebKit branch) devhelp trunk is WebKit-only evolution people intend to use WebKit in 2.26 we'd prefer to avoid depending on both Gecko and WebKit at the same time => rejected for 2.24, but we'll propose a general switch for 2.26 + conduit (desktop) amazing participation of the maintainer in the discussion the major problem still is the UI, though. We think it should be mainly integrated in the applications that will use synchronization instead of being a brand new UI. we really want what conduit offers => rejected, but we bless it as an external ddncneepey so that applications can start using it, and so that it gets ready for integration in 2.26. + empathy (desktop) we only consider the application here and trust the telepathy plans to offer LGPL libraries empathy is getting some support in the community we want to start telepathy integration => approved, but the licensing question is highly important to us and we really urge the telepathy community to fix this + project hamster (desktop) well-maintained people like it the main objection is about whether we should accept all good software in official GNOME or not. The release team thinks it's something that the 3.0 proposal aims to fix, so that shouldn't be considered at the moment. => approved if moved in GNOME SVN SVN module should be created (bug #545049), releases should be published on the GNOME FTP and the module should be added to Damned Lies. Also following the GNOME version numbers would be good. + gtksourceview 1 (removal from desktop set) => not an issue, so removed + libgnomeprint & libgnomeprintui (removal from desktop set) Mike Kestner will work on splitting the C# bindings out of gnome-desktop-sharp => will be removed once this is done
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