Re: gtk+-1.2.10 should be in gnome-1.4 (was: Re: Final package deadline for GNOME 1.4)

I agree too, that you can't release something which is only valid for the
American market. You give another reason why KDE should exists because it is
coming from outside the USA.

By the way I'm following the gnome-devel list and I was surprised to see popping
up the deadline date for Gnome 1.4 just one week before. The status page on the
web site is very old and the release schedule is broken since last year.

If gnome some coordination effort a minimum of communication is neccessary and
please use e-mail rather than starbuck meetings in Silicon valley. There are
people out there...

By the way how to input some accented characters in gnome when you have a
US keyboard? On windows you can always do ALT+<ASCII CODE> to enter the
character anywhere?


"Timur I. Bakeyev" wrote:

> NB: Sorry for crossposting - I think the problem concerns too many of us...
> As a professional software engineer, I should agree, that testing is the most
> important part of any project... Even the most borring as well. But... That
> change defenitelly should be in Gnome! Or, we should just put in our motto -
> "English rules, other languagaes - go away!" Or, something more rude...
> Releasing Gnome with a well known and already fixed bug, that can just break
> all the internationalization effords of the Gnome team - what can be worse?
> Maybe, I'm too pathetic here, but I fell like this...
> And to be more picky - where all that tests be, when the prior change, that
> broke reading of extended segments gone into 1.2.9?
> I really hope to see 1.2.10 before Gnome release...
> Cheers,
>     Timur.
> On Wed, Mar 28, 2001 at 08:14:58AM +0100, Karl Gaffney wrote:
> >
> >
> > If we make this change we're going to need a lot more time to properly
> > test that this change doesn't cause any gtk+ related regressions.
> >
> > -Karl.
> >
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