LinuxWorld.com.au: The future of GNOME revealed at Linux.conf.auJan 19, 2001, 07:49 (79 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rodney Gedda)
"One talk at Linux.conf.au that is sure to be of interest to many Linux enthusiasts worldwide is "GNOME: Past, Present and Future", given by GNOME developers George Lebl and Maciej Stachowiak...."
"So, where is the GNOME project headed after achieving such heights last year? According to Lebl and Stachowiak, version 1.4 will be released sometime in February and will include many enhancements as well as new features...."
"Many of the improvements are the result of user experiences with GNOME. "The application launch feedback program is designed to indicate that a program is in the process of being loaded," said Stachowiak. "We've had complaints about people clicking on the Netscape launcher 10 to 15 times before the program appears on the screen."