Just listening to the latest podcast. I wanted to pick up where JR left off on gnome 3.2. Obviously 60 seconds isn't nearly enough time to have a good old rant.
So we're six months in. Things are settling down nicely with 3.0, and there's a thriving eco system of extensions, themes etc. So why do they decide to break all of that with the first update? What is it with these projects (Mozilla anyone?) who seem to have an attitude of sod everyone else, sod compatibility, this is what we're doing?
Then there are the new 'features' - Tracker - doesn't do a thing on my system, or if it does it's keeping it to itself. Online accounts appears to require Evolution, so tough if you don't use that.
Some of us do like the concept of Gnome3 and would like to see it succeed. But for goodness sake cut us some slack. Decide on an API and stick to it so installed extensions aren't broken. Make sure features are properly implemented and useful before releasing them. And for pete's sake start listening to the users!!!