GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 796884
Last modified: 2018-12-22 06:39:34 UTC
I am working on GNOME Gingerblue, a Free Software program for recording Music and would like to create a public email list email@example.com for people in
the GNOME project and a support forum of GNOME Gingerblue musicians and listeners.
You can see a web page of the project on
Some nitpicks from a casual passer-by:
I stumbled across Gingerblue the other day, and was wondering what "Free Music Software for GNOME" means. Maybe it's worth clarifying that it's for recording music?
Also, what is GNOME 4? I assume you meant that it's written using GTK4, but I haven't seen any plans to bump the major GNOME version to match that of GTK.
GNOME Music Recording Software
GNOME 4 will eventually be released in the future, but my work on GNOME Gingerblue is
at a very early stage and will take months
and years to complete.
At the moment I have only released version 0.0.5 with very few features.
Software Source Code available under GNU GPL:
Rome wasn't build in a day, but I would like the mailing list to be created for the project.
There is no GNOME 4 so it should not mention GNOME 4. https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Gingerblue should probably mention what the software does.
Ole, please make sure the release team guidelines are taken into account before we move forward creating the mailing list, thanks!
Ole: Please reply.
Gingerblue version 0.2.0 is in development.
I need this mailinglist.
Ole: See comment 3.
GNOME 4 is in development.
GTK+ 4 is in development.
Gingerblue is in development.
(In reply to Ole Aamot from comment #8)
> GNOME 4 is in development.
Err, no? Please provide a reference for your statement.
https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Gingerblue still does not mention what the software actually does. Please describe its functionality.
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