Re: "Official" gnome window manager (LDAP config)

Mark Hamstra wrote:
> Bonus points are awarded for having an LDAP-type directory server that stores
> the user's preferred environment and uses that environment unless over-ridden
> by her choice in the login manager, and for having a way to store a new or mod-
> ified configuration into the LDAP server.  These user customized environments
> then show up as selection options for that user on subsequent logins, but not
> necessarily for all users --though a means of making customizations publicly
> available would be cool too.

I'd like to see that.  Of course, shouldn't this be abstracted by the
gnome-config stuff?


Jason Gilbert | |

"The total job will be in the software, and we'll be able to write big
fat programs. We can let them run somewhat inefficiently because there
will be so much horsepower that just sits there. The real focus won't
be who can cram it down in, or who can do it in machine language. It
will be on who can define the right user interface and properly
integrate the main packages." -- Bill Gates, PC Magazine 1982

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