GNOME Roadmap – Information requests for 2.22 sent!

As part of our roadmap process, we’ve sent the roadmap information requests to all module maintainers/developers. If you are a maintainer/developer of a GNOME official module and haven’t received the cited message, just let us know about which modules we’ve missed.

As usual, as soon as we have a first draft of the GNOME 2.22 roadmap, we’ll heat up some discussions in desktop-devel-list about this and the future stable releases of GNOME in order to get feeback about the roadmap, discuss about potential cross-module plans, and so on.

Fortunately, quite many modules have been proposed for GNOME 2.22 and some interesting and challenging discussions have already started in desktop-devel-list.

One of the major community goals for 2.22 is to have as many people as possible reminding Vincent Untz about his thesis! Go, Vincent, Go! :-P

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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.

2 thoughts on “GNOME Roadmap – Information requests for 2.22 sent!”

  1. Hey Lucas!,

    I got to this idea the other day, it’s not worth emailing to any list I think…
    Basically each time I add a feature or see someone adds a feature to Epiphany I add it to a Tomboy note titled EphyRelNotes. So that way I can remember accurately of what’s new and I don’t have to through the changelog or just try to remember if something is in trunk only or not.

    Maybe you would like to suggest something like that on the Roadmap Gang page? Like a tip?.

    And you can count on me to keep Vincent on track, we don’t want him to become a Mr. Slackerny.

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