The logic behind remove "Restart" and hide "Power Off" in User menu.

Hello everybody. 

Today, I have tested the latest version of Gnome-Shell. I really like
the workspace system, but I don't send this mail for this.

Why remove "Restart" and hide "Power Off" in User menu.

Ok, restart can be proposed when user need it (ex: after update the
kernel), but if user have dual boot? Gnome-Shell detects it in Grub and
add "Restart" in User menu? 

And for "Power Off". I can't understand the logic behide hide "Power
Off" and show only "Suspend". This encourages users to suspend their
computer rather than power off even when they do not need. This leads to
wastage of energy.


Gendre Sebastien <korbe romandie com>

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