gnome-control-center and Nautilus

Ok, is it just me or does the gnome-control-center start off in the
wrong place?

What do I mean?

It seems that most users expect to see more than just their desktop
preferences when they go into something called a control center.  They
expect to see something much more akin instead to the start-here view.  

It has IMO all the aspects of a control center that the end user usually
expects to see.

Applications -- a place for them to edit their applications menu.

Desktop Preferences -- a place for them to set the desktop stuff.

Server Settings -- a place for them to configure server stuff like
services and all.

System Settings -- a place for them to get to the distro System
Configuration tools.

Doesn't this seem like a more logical starting point for a Control
Center as opposed to Desktop Preferences?

Or is just me?

Johnathan Bailes	BAE Systems ESI

 "UNIX was not designed to stop you from doing stupid things, because
 that would also stop you from doing clever things." - Doug Gwyn 

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