* Package name : gnome-shell-extensions
Version : 3.0.2
* URL : http://live.gnome.org/GnomeShell/Extensions
* License : GPLv2
Description : Extensions to extend functionality of GNOME Shell
The GNOME Shell redefines user interactions with the GNOME desktop. In
particular, it offers new paradigms for launching applications,
accessing documents, and organizing open windows in GNOME. Later, it
will introduce a new applets eco-system and offer new solutions for
other desktop features, such as notifications and contacts management.
The GNOME Shell is intended to replace functions handled by the GNOME
Panel and by the window manager in previous versions of GNOME. The GNOME
Shell has rich visual effects enabled by new graphical technologies.
This package contains a set of extensions which add functionality and/or
add to the looks of the GNOME Shell desktop.
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05-21-2011, 08:50 PM
Bug#627515: ITP: gnome-shell-extensions -- Extensions to extend functionality of GNOME Shell
Le samedi 21 mai 2011 à 18:05 +0530, Bilal Akhtar a écrit :
> Package: wnpp
> Severity: wishlist
> Owner: Bilal Akhtar <email@example.com>
> * Package name : gnome-shell-extensions
> Version : 3.0.2
> * URL : http://live.gnome.org/GnomeShell/Extensions
> * License : GPLv2
> Description : Extensions to extend functionality of GNOME Shell
I think it would make sense to put this package in the pkg-gnome
repository. Would that be OK with you?
> This package contains a set of extensions which add functionality and/or
> add to the looks of the GNOME Shell desktop.
The only problem with that package is that there is still no extension
manager, unfortunately. I guess it could be written as an extension
(like epiphany does).
In the meantime we could probably agree upon a set of extensions enabled
by default (at the very least, we need alternative-status-menu) and let
users enable the others in dconf.