Stefano Forenza started a meme that could end up being very interesting for the composers of distributions and (potential) developers of opensource project.
In the meme [Meme] Apps Guerrilla he asks his readers to write in short about their opinions on desktop applications. Here it comes:
- Answer the following questions with less than 50 words each (mind, only desktop/gui applications):
- Which desktop manager do you use more often ?
- Which desktop application you would not like to see implemented again on Linux? And why?
- Which desktop application you definitely would like to see implemented on Linux? Describe it briefly or point out to a similar application.
- Write the name of the last project (not the very best, the last!) that made you wish to thank their developers so you can thank them now!
- (optional) Link the blogs of 1-3 people you’d like to take part to this meme. (no more than three). You can skip this question if you like.
- Post your answers along with this instructions.
- I’m using GNOME with Compiz Fusion.
- Music player; there are already a lot of music players, it would be better to focus on improving the existing ones rather than starting yet another project
- I think that the Linux desktop needs a program capable of synchronizing your data with all your devices and profiles. It’s a shame that there — as far as I’m aware of — no synchronization programs included for an opensource OS like Android. Conduit is too limited and doesn’t support all things that could possible be synchronized. What I’d like is total desktop synchronization.
- Like many others I would like to thank the developers of GNOME Do, especially for the Docky theme. It really makes my life a lot easier! Thanks!
- I’m linking to: DkySven, nand, MadsRH