Re: Nautilus, metadata and extendet attributes

El jue, 29-01-2004 a las 19:19, Adam Sampson escribió:

> > 2) File managers start tagging files with the file type they determine
> > for each file on the first visit to its directory.
> Absolutely not. It's never acceptable for a file manager to modify a
> directory unless you explicitly tell it to; this is why modern
> applications store image thumbnails in the user's home directory
> rather than in the directory of the image.

Hmmmm... I don't see what's the problem of modifying file metadata
*on files the user owns*.  That'd make metadata system-wide accessible. 
Remember this doesn't modify the *directory*, but the files' metadata.

	Manuel Amador (Rudd-O)
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