Re: [desktop] why kde and gnome's menu situation sucks
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On Saturday 26 October 2002 2:02 am, Luke Seubert wrote:
> This assumes, of course, that the default Gnome and KDE menus embody simple
> and elegant UI design principles.
> If such is the case, then great. There is "zero work".
> If such is NOT the case, then Debian Desktop might be able to lend a
> helping hand in designing an *alternate* menu, to be available as an
> option, that embodies the ideals Debian Desktop is trying to achieve.
If that is not the case, wouldn't it better to file an upstream bug report?
Seriously both Gnome and KDE have usability groups looking at this sort of
question. By all means give them input - but surely we could trust them to
get to a right answer.
The only reason not to do that is that Debian Desktop objectives are
different. I haven't detected any between the discussions I have seen here
and kde (I can't comment on gnome)
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