Am 06.11.2011 14:57, schrieb Victor Seva: > 2011/11/6 Leo 'costela' Antunes <email@example.com>: >> On 06/11/11 12:34, Josselin Mouette wrote: >>> Since there is no extension manager in 3.0, I think we should start this >>> package from gnome-shell 3.2 (currently sitting in experimental). This >>> way there would be no need for this hair-splitting >>> one-extension-per-package which only makes things more complicated. >> >> I imagine you probably heard this question a thousand times already, but >> do you have a rough time-frame for 3.2 entering unstable? >> If it's still months away, I'd suggest uploading it as-is now, because >> IMHO its usefulness outweighs the slight annoyance of having to manually >> disable the unwanted extensions after installing (and I imagine we're >> only talking about sid/testing here, as the released version will >> probably be ">= 3.2"). > > Yes, I think if the time frame is long as months, we can start with this > one-extension-per-package. I think our users would like so. The 3.0 transition is mostly finished, should be a matter of days. A lot of 3.2 packages are already sitting in experimental (including gnome-shell 3.2), so expect them to be uploaded to unstable soon. Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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