Re: Reducing the number of special uris in gnome

Sunnanvind Fenderson <sunnanvind fenderson com> writes: 
> 3) Standards are generally considered good, and even though the debian
>    menu system is only standard on debian-based systems, I think it's
>    good enough to be "promoted" to a desktop standard.

We are already working to standardize gnome/kde on
/usr/share/applications and "vfolders" - I'd rather encourage Debian
to move to that, because it's better.

One of the key reasons its better is that you can rearrange and modify
the menus by editing a single file. And we don't have to agree on the
categories/folders found in the menus in order to standardize the

Being able to customize by editing a single file is an absolutely
essential feature in my mind. Otherwise admins can't really customize
the menus.


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