XFCE modernisation

Jack Pogorelsky Jr. jacksulmail at gmail.com
Sat May 27 19:23:48 CEST 2023

It's a Horror Joke.
XFCE should not change.

Jack Pogorelsky Jr.
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Em 27/05/2023 03:36, Maximilien Noal escreveu:
> Is... Is this a joke ?!
> Le sam. 27 mai 2023, 07:24, Euri <EuriNaiz at protonmail.com> a écrit :
>     Hi, after everything, let me introduce myself: My name is Euri
>     (means rain in basque language), and I'm psychologist, I'm taking
>     a degree in teaching arts in basic education (elementary and
>     high-school), and I'm taking a UX/UI design degree too.
>     So, I'm really close to the GNOME project (but I'm not part of
>     them), and I want to help to improve GNU/Linux desktop, so, I want
>     to offer my help to you, Xfce.
>     For me Xfce is a great DE, and I think it is getting old and out
>     of time, and I don't want to see the project die (It should keep
>     updated to the modernity).
>     In the past, I posted an [Article talking about
>     it](https://www.eurinaiz.com/blog/GTK-HIGs-And-The-XFCE-Future/),
>     In that moment I had no idea about UX and UI design, but now, I
>     think I can collaborate more than in the past.
>     A week ago I asked on [reddit about a place to do
>     surveys,](https://www.reddit.com/r/xfce/comments/13nle5p/where_can_i_do_surveys_for_gnulinux_desktop/
>     <https://www.reddit.com/r/xfce/comments/13nle5p/where_can_i_do_surveys_for_gnulinux_desktop/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3>)
>     and nogafam.es <http://nogafam.es> gave me a nextcloud account (to
>     use nextcloud forms).
>     I have some ideas to make Xfce even more great, I have in mind a
>     big changes that can be done to make a real modernisation in Xfce.
>     But, first, I'd like to do some surveys to know about Xfce user's
>     expectations and what would be appreciated, I've read the roadmap
>     already, so I know about the Xfce's vision and I think that my
>     apportions would be appreciated.
>     Today I joined a GNOME Latam (I'm a spanish native speaker)
>     conference talking about the design team in Libre Software projects.
>     In general my ideas are the following, I just list them to expose
>     em, but I don't want to discuss them in this thread and right now,
>     1st I'd like to make the surveys and next, start to discuss em.
>     Also I wont base my propositions right now, because it should be
>     done in the discuss thread and topic by topic.
>      1. New website design
>      2. Rebrand Xfce with new logo, new slogan, typography, etc.
>      3. Move the forum to a new discourse instance (to replace mailing
>         list and FluxBB instance)
>      4. Redesign Xfce default layout and make the designs predictable
>         to theming
>      5. Adopting Libadwaita as part of Xfce (as well the HIG, anyway
>         Xfce has GNOME's HIGs as its official HIGs)
>      6. Redesign all the apps to use correctly CSD and headerbars
>      7. Apply all UX fundaments to make the system and apps more
>         usable and accesible
>      8. Adopting Flatpak & Flathub as the official distribution channels
>      9. A fully Matrix adoption (Irc is too old to nowdays and it
>         hasn't advantages)
>     10. A self-support plan for XFCE
>     11. Adopting technology (don't reinvent the wheel) to focus in
>         creating new and better GNU/linux apps
>     I'm gonna wait your replies, merci beaucoup.
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