Re: "debian menu" in gnome's "Applications" menu
i'd have to agree. it seems like this would be against debian policy.
what technical gain does this give the user? changing the source is too
On Sun, 2004-05-09 at 02:47, Link Dupont wrote:
> I opened a bug about this a while back.
> I don't think its right to have distro-specific stuff in the source.
> Jeff Waugh wrote:
> > <quote who="Marcos Pinto">
> >>i'm currently working very hard on deploying debian (testing w/gnome) in a
> >>corporate desktop environment. the main problem i'm having right now is
> >>making the "applications" menu less confusing for the user. i've pretty
> >>much configured all of the submenus and renamed everything to make it easy
> >>to understand, but now my problem is that below every submenu there's the
> >>"debian menu". to make it newbie-proof and to conform to my boss'
> >>request, i need to get rid of the "Debian Menu". i've researched this and
> >>attempted various things with no success. any help you all could give is
> >>very much appreciated. thanks for the help.
> > You're going to have to patch the gnome-panel source.
> > - Jeff