Re: Debian and the desktop
* Moritz Muehlenhoff <email@example.com> [2005-12-13 10:52]:
> This is beyond tasksel, but Bob User would profit immensely from generic
> menu entries. SuSE does this and I think it's very helpful. Most people
> don't care, which web browser they are using and if they're browsing
> through their application menu, they're confused by an entry called
> "Kopete", while an entry called "Instant Messaging Program" is a lot more
> helpful. So maybe menu should be extended to keep both forms, so that
> the generic form can be chosen during installation. Once Bob User has
> turned into Bob Hacker he can switch back to the detailed form.
So having a menu-simple that only displays the default foo-application
as defined via the debian alternative system with the option to switch
to the (current) menu system might be a way.
<firstname.lastname@example.org> ---- Debian GNU/Linux - The Universal Operation System
<youam> 18:20:35 < youam> Alfie: ok, ich stell mich doof an heute. [..]
* Alfie wollts nur nochmal hören ,)