<tadni>davexunit: They want the same exact interaction you would expect on a GNUStep based enviroment with GTK apps.
<tadni>Like GTK apps acting like GNUStep apps, if I understand them right.
<svetlana3>on mac desktop for example, everything looks smooth and the same. they support one thing until the blunt completeness... and here, we have two DEs, and /every gui app/ only looks pretty on one of them.
<svetlana3>on the other, it works and functions, but stands out by uglier look.
<tadni>svetlana3: I think the number one goal should be providing the most useful desktop to the greatest number of people and GNOME is a much better bet than GNUStep on this end. We could of course supprt other "spins" of the distro though that has a GNUStep spin, a KDE Spin, a LXDE spin, etc,etc.
<svetlana3>yeah, a package info should contain details about which DEs it's been tested with maybe.
<tadni>svetlana3: We cussently have no DE packaged under GNU. Seeing that GNOME is a GNU project though and one that is very mature -- will likely make it the default desktop.
<svetlana3>which DEs it integrates with /well/. maybe having this sort of info could help porting things over.
<svetlana3>no other packaging format has this field in package info. it could probably be nice to have.
<tadni>svetlana3: Maybe, but such a feature is long thought away. Like I said, we don't even have 1 DE packaged yet ... well unless you count Emacs. ;^)