Re: The name of applications on GNOME 3.7.92 testing image

On Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 12:51 PM, Jasper St. Pierre
<jstpierre mecheye net> wrote:
gedit is becoming more of a programmer's editor, so the gedit team wants to
keep the "gedit" brand while people work on a new simple Notepad-equivalent
that will be called "Text Editor".

So the thing is, gedit has been called for "Text Editor" in many
distributions. Excluding gedit and refer to a new text editor will
make majority of users confuse.

I agree with the fact that we need a simpler text editor, but let's
just call it as "Textpad" or something....... without excluding gedit.

"Rhythmbox" and "Shotwell" are not core apps, they're third-party apps.
"Music" and "Photos" are the entirely core apps, and they're not based on
Rhythmbox and Shotwell for various reasons that I don't fully understand

On Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 2:05 AM, Ma Xiaojun <damage3025 gmail com> wrote:


I find that some applications are showing their real names, e.g.,
gedit, Rhythmbox, Shotwell.
However, some applications are showing generic names, e.g., Files
(Nautilus), Web (Epiphany), Archive Manager (File Roller).

Can anyone elaborate on this?
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