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This smells like just another "you're not doing things my way, I'm
going to go cry in a corner now" post. I do think some, maybe most, of
the options that are currently in tweak tool could be better used
being put in their appropriate panel in the control center. But I'll
go with it. If gnome puts tweak tool into gnome, great. If not, oh
well. And who said anything about uninstalling all software? If you
balk at installing one piece of software to tweak something (something
you have to do on windows too) then you should really consider whether
you really want to use the distro you're using, or if a more user
friendly distro might be better for you
Sent from Fedora GNU/Linux
Bastien Nocera wrote:
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>> I don't have a problem with making the tweak tool easily
>> available, but I have to wonder: are we failing so badly in our
>> attempt to make software readily available via gnome-software
>> and search that everything still has to be pre-installed ?
>> As an experiment, I removed gnome-tweak-tool and then I
>> searched for 'tweak' in the shell overview - the tweak tool
>> shows up among the search results provided by gnome-software,
>> and it is 3 clicks from there to having it running (one to open
>> gnome-software, one to install, one to launch).
>> Is that still too hard ?
> Why not remove Gedit, Evince and Evolution? Or better, remove all
> software and leave only Nautilus, Gnome-Shell and Gnome-Software.
> Everting can be installed in 3 clicks.
> Sorry guys, but after Christian Schaller blog posts and mails I
> have this "hope" that things can change a little but some days
> after his posts and mails what I can see is that everything will
> be exactly as before. Fedora is exactly what you guys want it to
> be and users are not important.
I'm not sure that throwing the baby out with the bath water is
warranted. We don't agree with what you're requesting (otherwise we
wouldn't even need to have a tweak tool, and the control center
would offer every configuration, which would either result in us
removing hidden configuration, or offering every configuration
under the sun, which would make it unusable).
Just because we don't agree with what you requested, doesn't mean
that "users are not important". And that's after discounting the
fact that you're not "users".
If you want specific configuration items added to the Settings,
file separate upstream bug about those with a rationale as to why
it should be there.
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