On Mon, 24 Oct 2011 17:13:27 +0200 Vincent Untz email@example.com wrote:
Le dimanche 23 octobre 2011, à 16:08 +0530, Atri a écrit :
I still don't see any strong reason for not having the alt-status-menu extension enabled by default. It should be easy to disable extensions either by the user himself or even by the extensions.gnome.org website when it is launched. Seriously, do we want to be hindered by something that neither will be ready by 12.1 release nor even has a definite roadmap yet ?
Given that it'll go live during the 12.1 lifecyle, we should at least think about it.
The other thing I'm worried about having an extension by default is that if we release a maintenance update of gnome-shell, we have to be careful about testing it with this extension. Sure, it's not a big deal -- but we need to be aware of that.
I don't have a real strong objection otherwise. I'd like to hear people who are staying quiet on this -- is this just okay with you, do you not care, or...?
Hi +1 ;)
I don't really mind one way or the other, for me I've stopped using it and would probably remove it.
Maybe there is an 'unused' key combination that could utilize the gsetting routine as Atri used?