Le jeu 22/04/2004 à 05:02, Colin Charles a écrit :
On Thu, 2004-04-22 at 05:11, Bill Nottingham wrote:
> > True. There's a few senses of "removal" - removal from the
> > entirely, and just removal from the default installation, and removal
> > from the default menu. I'm really only talking about the latter.
> Removal from the default menu is wrong.
Or we can bring back the Extras menu
I don't want the extra step "Extras menu".
If i want xmms in the menu :
$ rpm -i|yum install|system-config-package|... xmms
If i don't want xmms :
$ rpm -e xmms
Why should we have entries in the menu if we don't use them ?
Why add an extra step for an application that the user use ?
Set the best default and then let users to add their preferred
applications and remove some default applications if they don't use
(or under Sound & Video -> More
Sound & Video Applications), and give it its actual name - we'll call it
> If it's installed, it should be in the menu. For example, if it
> moved to extras, it would still have a menu item, obviously. So,
> if it's still in Core, it should still have a menu item, just not
> necessarily be in the default package set.
Yes, if installed, a menu item should exist
Colin Charles, byte(a)aeon.com.my