farmeunit, on 11 May 2011 - 00:33, said:
Looks interesting, but how is it feature-wise? Looks kind of sparse. I've used Impress quite a bit and no real issues.
It's sparse because it's in its early development. The developing philosophy for this app (and in my opinion it should be the philosophy for all apps) is too have a small base set of features and polish them as much as possible. Then add the next batch of features (if needed).
PlogCF, on 11 May 2011 - 00:35, said:
-_- You would think that creativity would be more usable, especially for the army of Linux developers who work on these sorts of things every day. I mean, if other companies like Microsoft can come up with their own unique GUI, what's stopping these guys?
Developers =/= GUI Designers.
In fact developers are the worst designers (Remember the GUI hall of shame?).
Yeah, it's not original, but at least I appreciate that they are trying to copy something intuitive instead of TRYING to do something new just for the sake of originality. Just look at Unity, it's an intuitivity hell.