Re: To answer your question about the upcoming Style-Guide...

On Mon, Jul 27, 1998 at 04:48:30AM -0700, Dan Kaminsky wrote:
> Root always has preferences...there's always a default shell(sh or csh), for
> instance.
> Isn't the default always the root preference?

well the root cannot have perferences really about all the users .. it's up to
the users to place on their user menus whatever they feel like

> And why do all installs need to be root installs?  They SHOULD be, but back
> on my netcom account I compiled screen for myself and it ran just fine :-)

user installs of gnome will be rare ...

anyway ... all root should do would be

rpm -Uvh gnome-*

and leave the customization to users

> One possible extension to the Gnomeprint could be scripts that add menu
> items with specific menuspaces.  For example, the user could add a
> "freshmeat" menu to his or her gnomeprint that'd list new apps on freshmeat,
> or a "Slashdot" menu that listed Slashdot headings.
> This is most probably doable already, just not done yet :-)

not as a menu, but someone was working on a ticker applet


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