Has any consideration been given to the menu configuration used by Ubuntu?
Here's a screenshot
but basically what I'm wondering about is the two primary menus being
"Applications" and "Computer" with the "Computer" menu
to key locations (Home, Desktop, Disks, Network, Recent Documents) and
other system activities (Prefs, config, screenshot, lock, log-out).
Having seen Fedora, Novell Linux Desktop, and Ubuntu, I'm not even sure
what the default Gnome menu configuration is anymore.
I'm quite skeptical that the relatively minor variations between the
major distros on these menu layout issues leave any one distribution
with a better solution (especially now that Fedora is closer to the
upstream Gnome setup).
I understand that there is room for customization within distributions,
but I'd love to see the best solution pushed upstream and adopted across
the major distros.
While I'm a Fedora Core 3 user myself, I think the default menu
breakdown (shown/described above) is the best I've seen.