On Fri, Aug 29, 2014 at 8:13 AM, Elad Alfassa <elad(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
We have a lot of "favorite" (ie. pinned to the sidebar in the
overview) apps. The current list is:
Firefox, Evolution, Empathy, Rhytmbox, Shotwell, LibreOffice Writer,
Nautilus, Documents and Software.
Shotwell might be removed once we figure out the image viewer thread.
On the live media we also have the installer launcher pinned on that
I think this is too much. On small screens (laptops, vms) having so
many launchers there causes their icons to be scaled down a lot. I
understand the idea behind default favorites is "apps we want the user
to try", but this is just too much. I don't think we should have more
than 4 apps there.
So, I suggest removing some items from that list, and have a much
smaller one, what about:
Firefox, Evolution, Nautilus, Documents, Software (and of course the
installer when running on Live)
Does this make more sense? If so, I'll submit a patch to make this change :)
This seems reasonable to me, though I would personally have
LibreOffice Writer in the list instead of Documents. I don't see the
need to list two instances of a filemanager with different names.