GNOME Roadmap, call for update
I just sent out an email to all module maintainers and developers; if you are a maintainer or developer of a GNOME official module and haven't received the cited message, just let the release team of the roadmap gang know about the modules we've missed.
This is just like the roadmap gang have been doing for the latest releases but there is a twist this time, as we want to plan a bit further than the next release: we want to define the major goals for the next two years, as the community is willing to implement fresh/innovative ideas that improves GNOME's user experience.
The UI hackfest happened in Boston and Vincent blogged about some ideas that came out already, a new desktop shell and file management revamping. But it's just an initial effort to define the 3.0 release, you are those who make GNOME and it is the occasion to share your ideas.
That's it, think over it, discuss it with friends, other developers, the various teams, usability, art, and tell us all you want about it in the RoadMap pages. It is very important, as it will also be used for our release notes and the press coverage of our next release.