"...Christian: Nautilus 1.0 was recently
released and it was met with mixed emotions. Eazel has been keeping
a low profile in commenting on user response, but what are your
feelings on the feedback up to now?"
"Bart Decrem: Yes, we got our share of flames
on Gnotices last week. But hey, that's how hackers express their
affectionate feelings. To be fair, we also got tons of positive
feedback from people who really love the product. But none of us
here at Eazel had the emotional energy last week to respond to the
flamage. Now, the whole point of getting to a 1.0 release is to get
the product out there to more people so you can get the feedback
you need to make the product even better. Fundamentally, I agree
with much of the criticism we've received. But the reality is that
Nautilus is a very ambitious project, and we depend heavily on
rapidly evolving technologies such as Bonobo and Mozilla. So we're
proud of the product we've shipped, and we're listening to the
feedback, and we're committed to addressing the concerns we've
heard over the next few releases."
"One of the things we've done to capture the feedback is we've
set up a mailing list, firstname.lastname@example.org , where people can submit
feedback. Then we went through all the feedback we got there, and
on Gnotices, and on our support list, and on IRC, and we digested
all that feedback and came up with the Top 21 Most Requested
Features and Fixes for Nautilus. Here they are:"
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