Now the challenge is to make it larger and really make this the user space conference to come to!
gnome-shell has been fairly stable and not many api stages, so there shouldn't be much api breakage. We do want to start moving extension writers to start checking the gnome continuous builds to make sure that their extensions work prior to release. Unfortunately, very hard to enforce.. but in future, we are working on requiring extension writers to pass OpenQA tests on gnome-continuous before we allow the extensions to be published.
I wanted to get this fixed last cycle but unfortunately, the resources I had lined to up do it disappeared on me and it wasn't done. Let's hope this time upgrade will be smooth and people's extensions wont' break.
Kudos to for making the change! :)
So honor my sacrifice, and come and register for my conference. We are going to start working on how creating an application eco-system that will compensate free software developers, provide technology to make ubiquitous apps to those who want them and finally build better development tools and drive Linux as the primary operating system for developers.
If you are in the Portland area, you owe it to yourself to come! :-)
Got ourselves some great speakers, and some great talks! :)
You can read more about the new release scheme on the GTK+ development blog.
- Intel CorporationSoftware Engineer, present
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- Purdue UniversityComputer Science B.S., 1987 - 1995
- Portland State UniversityComputer Science M.S., 2006 - 2009
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