GNOME Roadmap – Call for Update

As you probably know, according to our development schedule, we are officialy feature-frozen now. Therefore, it’s time to cleanup and update our Roadmap to reflect the actual result of our development work in the 2.19/2.20 feature set.

We kindly ask you check the roadmap[2] of the modules you maintain. If there are features that were not implemented for 2.20, please move those to GNOME 2.22 section accordingly. In case there are some features missing there, please add those to the respective section.

You can either directly edit the wiki page or reply us with the new roadmap information.

It’s very important to cleanup and update the GNOME Roadmap as soon as possible so that it can be used as a reliable source of information for writing the GNOME 2.20 release notes.

Update: If you want to update your module-specific roadmap wiki page as well, feel free to do so. This will save you some time later for sure.

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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.

One thought on “GNOME Roadmap – Call for Update”

  1. Sweetness!
    My favorite items on this roadmap for 2.20 are:
    * Support notes synchronization across multiple machines in f-spot.
    * Forms & Annotation support in Evince.
    * Google Calendar backend in Evolution
    * Sweeter interface for Control Center
    * Multiple timezones support on Clock applet
    * Support for FreeDesktop.org’s xdg-user-dirs in many apps.

    Rock on GNOME!

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