Re: Menu->policy (was Re: Policy Weekly for May 1)
Joey Hess <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Chris Waters wrote:
> > Therefore, this is a formal proposal to amend JoeyH's proposal as
> > follows: The existing menu heirarchy should be moved into policy
> By existing menu hierarchy, do you mean the one I put in my
> proposal, or the one in the menu documentation?
I apologize for not reading your original proposal, which was posted
*just* before I subscribed to -policy. However, my proposal was
intended to be an amendment to yours, and I'll stick to that.
proposed amendment text:
Tetris-like - games involving falling blocks
Toys - amusements, eye-candy, etc.
+ Help - programs that provide user documentation
Screen - programs that affect the whole screen
Lock - programs to lock the screen
I think the idea of a top-level Help section has enough buy-in that
there's no real need to wait on it. I don't think that's true of any
of the other proposals I've seen (even my own).
Reading the bug report, I see that Wichert and I are listed as the
main dissenting voices. I've posted my comments, so let's see what
Oh, and I guess I still need two seconds. I hope my amendment is
accepted, but if not, I *will* drop my objections and support the
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