GSettings backend enabled by default and no migration script
Hi, I noticed that the GSettings backend is now enabled by default. As far as I understand it, that means that all GSettings stuff in a desktop session would be handled by xfconf. I'm not necessarily against that, but as I understand it that means the first time an user starts the session after upgrading to the new version, all the GSettings-using application will have their settings reset to the default, and the user should then re-configure it.
That looks to me like something really annoying for end users, and before enabling that by default I think it would make sense to provide a migration script so the users have their (G)settings imported to xfconf.
For now I'm disabling the GSettings in the Debian builds in order to keep a sane situation for users.