Re: Finding and Reminding, tech issues, 3.0 and beyond
- From: Marco Bonomo <marco bonomo gmail com>
- To: Owen Taylor <otaylor redhat com>
- Cc: gnome-shell-list gnome org, desktop-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Finding and Reminding, tech issues, 3.0 and beyond
- Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2010 15:53:22 +0200
Il giorno ven, 09/04/2010 alle 18.09 -0400, Owen Taylor ha scritto:
> I've attempted below to extract out some of the technical bits from
> and see how they line up with our current technology. This is just
> notes, not yet a concrete plan.
> - Owen
> File management ideas and technology
> "Things can safely fall off the desktop"
> [ ] Pin to Desktop
> (or whatever the designers come up with), and that would create
> a symlink to the desktop.
> The other approach is when expiring or archiving to move files
> from ~/Desktop to an archival location like ~/Documents.
> "Be able to treat non-local information the same as Places"
> "User defined tags"
> Not much yet - I think it will definitely be hard to implement
> our ideas without something that looks a lot like Tracker, and
> since we have Tracker something that looks a lot like Tracker
> is most likely Tracker :-) Zeitgeist seems less centrally crucial,
> but there is a role for event logging here.
> Further UI design is definitely needed to figure out what we
> can do short-term for Nautilus/GtkFileChooser, etc.
I didn't had the time to read everything so please excuse me if I'm
going OT .
I've been pointed to this ML by Hylke Bons after showing him my work,
without any knowledge of this discussion i made this mockup last week
and i think some ideas are the same discussed here, only with a
Hope it can be useful.
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