Re: gnome, kde, xfce use non-policy main menu
On Sat, Jul 5, 2008 at 4:15 PM, William Pitcock
> Honestly, policy really needs to be updated to use the XDG standards
> menu spec, and every WM at this point really should be using them for
> their menus.
> I think the debian-menu system should be seen as legacy, since it has
> been replaced with a standard used and supported by many upstreams and
> many other distros.
> However, there's a few places where debian-menu is a better solution
> though. (It can be used to build menus for many WMs which do not support
> XDG, but honestly, do we need all these WMs?)
> Another solution would be to make debian-menu build .desktop entries for
> the menu in the main menu namespace and not the 'Debian' namespace; this
> seems like the easiest solution.
Same for defoma/fontconfig.