Ce diaporama a bien été signalé.
Nous utilisons votre profil LinkedIn et vos données d’activité pour vous proposer des publicités personnalisées et pertinentes. Vous pouvez changer vos préférences de publicités à tout moment.
A bright future for GNOME
Xan LópezJuan José Sánchez
How is GNOME doing?
Good things
Open development         +   Free Software         = Level playing field
15 years of experience  delivering software
Modern UX for everybody:          simple          usable        accessible    internationalized
Powerful and mature core technologies          (GNOME platform)
GNOME 3 is awesome!
Bad things
Focus on the traditional desktop
Lack of direction and vision
Stop energy
Lack of corporate involvementFragmentation / Freeloaders      Limited resources
Bad developer story
Brain drain / Losing users
iOS / Android  They have the marketBut not everyone is happy
Other open alternatives failing(Maemo, Moblin, Limo, Meego,...)Tizen? OpenWebOS? FirefoxOS?
We need A PLAN
More GNOME 3More focus on mobileGNOME as an OS/distro
An ambitious plan for 3.8 - 3.12           Roadmap
GNOME 3.12 = GNOME 4.0 = GNOME OS           March 2014
Shell + Core apps mature and polished (4.0)
Touch enabled mobile UX (4.0)     GNOME on tablets
OS / Installer / Updater (4.0)Q&A / Buildbots (4.0)
SDK (4.x)
Distribution channels and support for:          Native applications (4.x)Web (hosted and packaged) applications (4.x)
HW available with GNOME 4.x preinstalled (4.x)
Enable (new) sustainability models
Hardware related business modelsCloud servicesApp storeSupport / Consultancy
We need to discuss and define this plan
BoardDesign teamRelease teamModule maintainersGNOME companies and volunteers
Lets make it happenAnd start during this GUADEC
Come to the GNOME OS BoF/hackfest(30th of July, room 2.1a, 10am)Talk to us!
Make no little plans. They have no magic to stirmens blood and probably will not themselves berealized.Daniel Burnham
Prochain SlideShare
Chargement dans…5

Open development + Free Software A bright future for GNOME

125 051 vues

Publié le

Open development + Free Software = Level playing field

Publié dans : Technologie
  • Soyez le premier à commenter