On Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 11:05:25PM +0200, Thomas Janssen wrote:
On Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 10:45 PM, Richard Zidlicky
> On Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 03:14:17PM +0200, Thomas Janssen wrote:
>> You sound like a old-skool linuxer so i guess you know how to edit a
>> .desktop file. 99.9% don't need/want xterm to show up in the menu so
>> it's hidden in both big Desktops.
> Why do the 99.9% install it at all if konsole and gnome-term are so much
> better? As far as I can see xterm is not installed by default anywhere.
Install one of them and you get xterm installed:
do these really need an xterm? Or just any term?
whoever knows those will also know what an xterm is and not complain
about an extra entry in some rarely used menu.
A lot of people tend to try out other Desktops/Windowmanager but
don't want *any* app installed with it be present in the regular menus
of KDE or GNOME. So it makes perfectly sense to hide it in them.
it would make more sense to do sane packaging.