GNOME 2.24 Roadmap Released

The GNOME Roadmap for 2.24 (and partially for 2.26 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.

To have access to the Roadmap of previous stable releases, go to:

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

To know more about our Roadmap process, go to:

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

Big thanks to everyone who contributed with information and reviews!

History meme

history | awk '{a[$2]++}END{for(i in a){print a[i] " " i}}' | sort -rn | head
130 vim
106 cd
74 ls
33 make
28 git
24 grep
19 sudo
18 rm
12 svn
11 touch

Yeah, yeah, I love vim!

Joining LiTL

It’s time to tell where I’m going. I’m sure this is not a surprise anymore to many :-)

I’m joining Havoc‘s team at LiTL to work on a very exciting project.

Unfortunately,  I can’t tell anything about the project for now (actually, I think it will take some time until we can say anything). But yes, it’s GNOME-related and involves the development of a consumer product comprising hardware, software, and online services.

I’ll stay in Finland until June doing remote work and then move to London to work on a LiTL office there.

Woohoo!

We need more Roadmap info

The deadline for replying the roadmap info request is today and there are still quite many modules without fresh roadmap. I decided to wait on more week for the replies before starting to prepare the first draft.

Maintainers and developers, wake up! Reply today and win a nice trip to the moon! Just let me know if you haven’t seen any roadmap request in your inbox.