On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 10:38 AM, Martin Nordholts <ense...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm a big fan of open source, but I am also a big fan of interaction
> design and usability. For me it is not only software stability that is
> important, I want things to be pleasant to use as well.
This is understandable and I share the view.
> Once 2.8 is out I want to focus on GEGL integration. I won't be able to
> do that if we have a half-baked implementation of the single-window mode
> UI overhaul, so I support guiguru's wish to do what it takes to fix e.g.
> the problems the current tabs has before we release 2.8.
I don't have an issue with fixing any problems, ie the lack of an
obvious way to close tabs. What I'm opposed to is saying that as long
as we don't have a full image parade we aren't shipping. On the other
hand, since you are the developer for those features, it is your call
do decide when its good for 2.8 and if you do have resources to
implement full image parade.
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