[Bf-committers] Question about protocol.

Ton Roosendaal ton at blender.org
Fri Oct 17 15:19:11 CEST 2008


I'd like to add that these issues *always* pop up in week(s) before 
release... and we should not update such important things then. :)
Changing to better default is welcome, there are many quirks in current 
one. As for now, i'd say its better to wait for 2.50. It keeps docs 
working too.


Ton Roosendaal  Blender Foundation   ton at blender.org    www.blender.org
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On 17 Oct, 2008, at 13:44, Roland Hess wrote:

> I've been following the discussion on funboard, and I really think it
> should stay there. Here's why:
> It would be quite simple for you yourself (or a group you get together)
> to create a new default file, find some new users, and see how they
> react to it. Does it really make a difference? .ZIP and release that
> "version" of Blender, and see if you can get some first timers to
> download and try it. With that sort of research under your belt, you
> might have some animation to make an argument based on more than just
> theory.
>> Sorry for the possible off topic intrusion here but I figured asking 
>> the
>> devs directly is probably the best way to get the answer to this 
>> question.
>> My question is this.  I have been discussing in the funboards the
>> possibility of changing some UI defaults in the default file that 
>> ships with
>> Blender.  The discussion is on going but the positive responses so 
>> far have
>> made me decide it might be time to bring it up to you the devs.  
>> However,
>> I'm not sure what forum is the right place to do it.  It's obviously 
>> not a
>> bug.  This forum is for devs who are actively commiting to the code 
>> base.
>>  But, talking about it just in the funboards seems devoid of any
>> input/feedback from devs.  Is there some other forum where "actual 
>> requests"
>> are submitted?
>> Thanks much,
>> phong.
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