|Subject:||Re: GNUstep ROADMAP|
|Date:||Sun, 27 Nov 2005 17:34:20 -0500|
On Nov 26, 2005, at 11:23 AM, Adrian Robert wrote:
I'm new here, and obviously, much genuflection to everyone involved... but I just wanted to say from an outsider's standpoint, camaelon IMO is an absolute requirement to have in 1.0. I'm sure there's lots of arguments on why not to do it, but from an outsider standpoint, it's a must-have.
WRT WildMenus - WildMenus is useful if one is coming from a Mac, and wants Mac style menus... I'd argue that alone makes it worthwhile - but the thing that would make it really killer would be if it could also attach the menus to whatever main window there is currently (ala Windows etc) to make GNUstep apps not look like the "odd man out" when mixing on other window managers/desktops. I know this is not a trivial task. WildMenus - though cool, and I obviously use it myself, I think is not vital for a 1.0. 1.1 sure... when it gets a nice overhaul with a clock and little status applets like the mac menu, or if it gets the ability to do windows-like menus... (:: sounds of screams from GNUstep purists ::)
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