On Mon, 2007-02-19 at 10:42 -0500, Ivica Ico Bukvic wrote:
there is nothing inherently broken about gtk/gnome, and i myself
perceive it to have grown into an useable and matured stage, except for
at such a point, steady ongoing development can be harmful, in that it
rips open established and working structures. in other words: never
change a running system.
any project inevitable reaches a point where its defined goals are
reached and only a little amount of work remains to be done.
i would call this a settlement, not a stagnation. the usual reaction to
posts like these are: if you want something changed, pick it up, change
it, but quit bitching about it.
please don't forget that this is not a race. we are not dependent on
commercial support. we are a do-ocracy. at least that's how i see it.
-- Freelance Art & Logic