Le mercredi 04 novembre 2009, à 13:14 +0100, Will Stephenson a écrit :
Anyway, I'm representing the openSUSE 11.2 desktops in my role as an openSUSE Booster at a launch party in Germany in a couple of weeks' time and I'd like to know some cool things, especially non-obvious Desktop Hacks, in our GNOME to talk about then. As a KDE z^Hbunny I know what to talk about there. Any suggestions?
I'm really short in time, unfortunately :/ I'd love if other people could help by listing more new things or elaborate on how some of those changes are relevant to users:
+ VoIP in pidgin and empathy (even video in empathy)
+ GNOME 3 Preview mode, especially with GNOME Shell
+ packages closer to what upstream ships thanks to work to upstream patches, remove useless divergence in settings, etc.
+ move to DeviceKit (-disks and -power) => for power at least, it means that at lot of the things that were done in hal or in g-p-m but in some different ways are now consolidated in one place
+ move to PolicyKit 1, and move a bit more things to use PolicyKit in general
+ addition of gwibber for people wanting to use twitter