GNOME Roadmap Released

The GNOME Roadmap for 2.20 (and partially for 2.22 and future 2.x releases) is available at:

  http://live.gnome.org/RoadMap

The GNOME Roadmap is a big-picture view of functionality we expect GNOME to include in short-term and long-term future. The roadmap is based on feedback from current GNOME developers and other community members.

We hope this roadmap increases the awereness about the future steps of the project inside and outside the community and helps us to look forward and plan where we want to go.

For a quick overview of our roadmap process, please see:

  http://live.gnome.org/RoadMap/Process

Let’s make GNOME rock even more!

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lucasr

Lucas Rocha is just a brazilian guy who loves hacking and music. He lives in the frozen lands of Finland with his lovely wife Carol. He works for Nokia in the development of Hildon and Maemo. In his free time, he's a happy GNOME contributor. He has a mustache, a beard and big smile in his face.

6 thoughts on “GNOME Roadmap Released”

  1. Man, this is excellent document :) Nice to see everything we should expect from GNOME in next year… But by the way, should not media stuff also be added – Totem, Rhythmbox plans, Gstreamer improvements, etc…

    Anyway, nicely done, kudos to author(s)!

  2. Great work!

    However I was missing the required multimedia (gnome-media) refresh (GStreamer Migration, Remove old crap, …).

  3. Wow, there is a *heap* of cool new stuff planned for Gnome 2.20, this release is going to rock :)

  4. “for a truly media formatter”

    I love it. I don’t know what it means, but it sounds awesome. :-)

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