"Having discussed how to evolve GNOME on LUGRadio I figured that
an interesting proposal for a Google Summer of Code project would
be to fork GTK+. Many people in the community have talked about how
GNOME 3 would need to happen outside the current structures. I also
think that nothing fundamental will change in GNOME without a new
GTK+ giving the impetous for such a change. So a enterprising
student could put together a proposal for taking GTK+ and trying to
make a 'Beryl' version. The goal might not need to be to create
something that would actually become GTK+, but instead come up with
changes to GTK+ that enables some stunning graphical effects inside
GTK+ applications, kind what they are doing with Beryl on the
window manager level..."
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