> This is a very dangerous line to tread. A *LOT* of our interface is not as high-quality as someone with high standards would desire. But we can't remove big features just because they aren't up to someone's standards. We should improve them instead until they are palatable, or we should make them superfluous when there is a better way of doing what they do and with a good transition path.
The history of GNOME, in two paragraphs. At this point, maybe Federico should consider his relation to the project.