On 2011-04-08 08:52, Martin Pitt wrote: > Rick Spencer [2011-04-07 18:38 -0700]: >> 1. There are key feature regressions, for example, there is no systray >> support for many important applications. > ... > If this is a major issue, then frankly I'd rather just remove the > whitelist and allow all old-style systray applications than dropping > Unity by default completely.
Totally unaware of the preceding considerations, I'm a little puzzled by this discussion. Based on what I have read in this thread, I'd vote for dropping the whitelist whether the issue is major or not. Personally I have noticed that mail-notification is broken in Unity, which is enough of a reason for me to keep using Classic for now when not needing Unity for developing tests. If the feature can be provided, without a price in the form of e.g. extra maintenance time, is there a good reason for disabling it? Closing the door prematurely on the users and developers concerned seems not right to me. -- Gunnar Hjalmarsson -- ubuntu-desktop mailing list email@example.com https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-desktop