Re: Design choice for suspend option only

On 2 March 2012 22:03, Mark Blakeney <mark blakeney bullet-systems net> wrote:
> On Fri, 02 Mar 2012 09:43:20 -0600, Josh Leverette wrote:
>> I agree it's the right way forward, but users don't see it that way
>> and there's no reason to force it.
> Josh, why is it the "right way forward"? Can somebody please provide a
> link to an intelligent argument why this design choice makes sense?


The important point you need to start from is that the gnome
developers are right and you are wrong - after that it's a lot easier
to come up with reasons - as lots of people do.  For example There is
no shutdown because shutting down is a bad fashion choice and the
shell police have decided that reprobates will just have to  "sudo
shutdown"  and once you try not shutting down for a while you'll
understand unless you are too old or not clever enough or not open to
new design concepts and work flows.

Don't forget you can also just add a hotkey....



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