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Re: "debian menu" in gnome's "Applications" menu

On Mon, 10 May 2004, Jeff Waugh wrote:

> <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.

I haven't said it should be in system preferences. This time, it could easily be
a gconf key that is only accessible using gconf-editor, for instance. An option
that is "on" by default in some /etc file could also work.

Martin-Éric Racine, ICT Consultant

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