[Bf-committers] Question about protocol.
sahngwoo at gmail.com
Mon Oct 20 06:07:40 CEST 2008
Thank you both for the reply. I will go ahead and release a "default
blender file for beginners" through the my ongoing thread at the XNA boards
as Roland suggested and see what happens. (Great suggestion btw. I wasn't
sure if I could do that sort of thing.) And thank you Ton for being
receptive about the idea. I think you're right. I hear there are a lot of
changes in the works for 2.50 and updating defaults to coincide with new
docs makes for much better timing.
On Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 6:19 AM, Ton Roosendaal <ton at blender.org> wrote:
> 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
> Blender Institute BV Entrepotdok 57A 1018AD Amsterdam The Netherlands
> 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.
> > --
> > Roland Hess
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