As a quick example it seems that our Orange friends (maybe some
link with Wilhelm of Nassau) are bringing up cool stuff; No doubt that
this stuff can turn viral and the hype is already there...
Would it be in our interest to scrap the ones we can package (I'd
assume a lot of them can be used, while others might be harder until
we have some ensurance on Unity and some of it's stuff like
appindicator and friends)...
I've been spending some time trying to update some packages here and
there; MATE needs more testing and Cinnamon isn't really being a
problem at the moment... so I can scrap some time to bring some of
this applications in and to investigate which ones we can bring on...
Though I'm almost sure that without help (mainly bug fixing) I can't
do it all by myself on my free time.
We have good Python repositories (which I hope to be more involved in
the future after Coolo's session on OSC), we have a lot of stuff from
GNOME and we can even scrap some components from X11:Unity (which is
stalled until we have xorg-x11-proto updated to protocol 6 and
libXfixes also supporting it) to make some cool things happen.
We probably don't have a shiny app store, but we have a cool distro.
Any comments if should pay attention to what the Orange people are
doing and trying to keep up with the nicest stuff that pops and that
we can provide?
Just an idea, in which I'm willing to help happen (as long as someone
helps triaging bugzilla and maybe some code here and there for quick
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