Linked by Rahul on Thu 9th Apr 2009 21:15 UTC
GTK+ The Gtk+ team is working on a roadmap to structure the development process of the Gtk+ 3.0 release and to open up the involved decision making progress. The first draft has been sent to the devel mailing list, and is now open for debate. Coincidentally, the draft roadmap also provides a nice overview of the features and changes planned for Gtk+ 3.0.
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How about
by OSGuy on Thu 9th Apr 2009 23:30 UTC
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For GNOME and GTK: How about rather than spending your time on useless animation effects, you work on your *cough* tasPkbAaNrEL and rather then creating icon spaces manually when you re-arrange icons, the space for the icon being dragged is automagically equally created and the rest of the icons are automagically moved ending up with an equal amount of space between each know, just like Windows ;) This will make your panel look rather organized. Little things like this do make a difference.

You may also want to pay attention of the amount of space you use in dialog boxes and toolbars. Rather than occupying a quarter of the screen for a simple dialog with a few controls in it, make your controls somehow appear "more neat" and professional and smaller.

Toolbars: Simply compare the toolbars of Word 97 or even Word 95 with GTK's latest and greatest "AbiWord" and GNumeric.

Edited 2009-04-09 23:41 UTC

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