I’m blogging from the GNOME Boston Summit. There are some neat projects being demoed, but more on that in later posts.
I just gave a last minute lightning talk on the problems with GNOME for people who want to begin developing. It went extremely well, and we’re hoping to have a full break-out session later.
I’ll upload the slides later, but the quick summary is that no one who tries to begin developing for GNOME actually succeeds unless they have prior knowledge.
Yeah, it’s really that bad.