Frank Küster schrieb: > Frank Küster <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > >> Mike Hommey <email@example.com> wrote: >> >>> On Wed, Jul 25, 2007 at 03:17:51PM +0200, Frank Küster <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >>>> Mike Hommey <email@example.com> wrote: >>>> >>>>> On Wed, Jul 25, 2007 at 08:54:40AM -0400, Marvin Renich <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >>>>>> Absolutely *wrong*. >>>>>> >>>>>> Gnome and KDE are targeted primarily at desktop users, not servers. If, >>>>>> as a desktop user, I install a graphical app on my machine, I *expect* >>>>>> to see that app in the main menu. The place where I put important >>>>>> and/or frequently used apps is on a panel/toolbar. >>>>> If you install the python interpreter on your machine, do you also expect it >>>>> to appear in the main menu ? >>>> No, why do you ask? The python interpreter isn't a graphical >>>> application. It also doesn't have a menu entry, so there's nothing to >>>> hide. >>> You obviously never looked at the Debian menu. >> How do you come to that conclusion? > > Well, that's clear, since it actually has a menu entry. I looked in > /usr/share/menu but overlooked it. But that's still completely > irrelevant for the question at hand. > Actually, it's not. That's Joss' whole point. We should hide entries, such as the python interpreter for novice users (at least in environments like KDE/GNOME/XFCE, which target the novice users). If the Debian menu is too overloaded, it becomes less useful. Sometimes, less is more imho. Cheers, Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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