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GNOME 1.0.50 PlanJul 30, 1999, 23:26 (12 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Elliott Lee)
Elliot Lee sent this to the gnome-announce mailing list:
Hello GNOME users-developers-and-loyal-fans,
GNOME development hasn't been very focused, we aren't making quite as fast progress as is possible, and some bugs are still lingering. I've discussed it with Miguel, the other RHAD hackers gave lots of impetus to the plane, and the gnome-hackers seem to be in agreement with it, so now I put it to you for consideration.
GNOME 1.0.50 Plan
(The versioning scheme is entirely arbitrary. Let's focus on getting things done rather than discussing versions. :-)
Order of events:
Possible End user TODO:
Possible Developer TODO:
Possible QA TODO:
Program crashes or otherwise fails to complete requested operation.
Possibilities for finding them
Have gnome-libs automatically send e-mail to QA person when a strange signal or warning is encountered.
Contacting random GNOME users and asking for problem reports.
First-hand testing (random, exhaustive, whatever).
I'm going to try to help out with QA tasks as much as possible - if there's any way I can help you get this release to where it needs to be, please let me know.
Your comments are appreciated, your assistance is requested.
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