Re: State of gvfs in Gnome 2.21

Il giorno mer, 23/01/2008 alle 17.48 +0100, Reinout van Schouwen ha
> Hi Luca,
> Op woensdag 23-01-2008 om 14:57 uur [tijdzone +0100], schreef Luca
> Ferretti:
> > I've one: click on some link pointing to non-managed target, download
> > the target, auto-open $HOME/Downloads folder --> Result: nautilus shows
> > an error alert saying is unable to find
> > "/home/user/file://home/user/Downloads/" - and it's right :-)
> I haven't seen any bugzilla mail about this; if you haven't done so yet,
> please file a bug.

Filed, see

> > >  I do not like having to write the address in
> > > the location bar to have it accessible on the Desktop 
> > Try this:
> >  * open smb://network/resource
> Cosimo was right when he said he doesn't like to write an address in the
> location bar. By default, Nautilus doesn't even show one, and until now,
> GNOME users didn't have to because of the Connect to Server dialog. If
> that dialog would disappear, it would really be a painful regression.

Of course, the ability to bookmark gio mounts is orthogonal to Connect
to Server dialog.

BTW note that now GNOME 2.22 depends on avahi 0.6.22 that provides
useful widgets to browse local servers (DNS-SD). In a blue sky scenario
the new Connect dialog should use them too. See attached shot (in
Italian, sorry).
Or something like this dialog:

Attachment: Schermata-Scelta server SSH.png
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