Re: "debian menu" in gnome's "Applications" menu
Am Mon, den 10.05.2004 schrieb Jeff Waugh um 12:10:
> <quote who="Martin-Éric Racine">
> > > Why? It's pretty bizarre request (just because your boss says it's
> > > `confusing' doesn't mean it's actually confusing).
> > Ximian's version of GNOME 1.4.1 used to have a configuration option for this.
> > There were options for deciding which menu branch to include and one was
> > called "Include distribution's own menu" or something similar. This should
> > come back.
> That was in GNOME 1.4 proper. Why should there be a configuration option for
> something that should "just work"? Users don't care about this, distros and
> administrators do.
> - Jeff
well as i understand this right now, its up to the distributions and
administrators to come up with a workable solution for large scale
system deployment. which, oh joy, will lead to a myriad ways of
reinventing the wheel. as a open source desktop administrator in a
working environment where people cut/edit audio files for radio shows i
stumbled across this roadblock too. the panel menu needs a serious
rework, as there is no way to maintain it, order it hierarchically apart
the alphabetical listing, or introduce own menus without obscure
gnome developers should come up with something to solve such issues, and
not give all work to system administrators, telling us it is not gnome's
but our problem.