Re: [Nautilus-list] Integration of gmc and nautilus desktop directories.

I decided to try your idea to see what my reaction is.  I've been using
Unix like systems for 10 years now so I'm pretty well ingrained.  My
immediate feeling was that yes that it was messy and I went about
trying to clean it up.

I found that there were  directories that I couldn't remove.  For
instance, public_html or The  Nautilus directory or even the Evolution
directory, I couldn't get rid of them.  These are directores I don't care
to see because they serve no useful purpose on my desktop.

I'm not sure how it would work if you moved to ~.  My initial feeling is
that it's not yet ready for that due to the unpredictability of non-gnome


On Sat, 14 Apr 2001, Jeff Waugh wrote:

> Date: Sat, 14 Apr 2001 16:22:43 +1000
> From: Jeff Waugh <jdub aphid net>
> To: Tuomas Kuosmanen <tigert ximian com>
> Cc: Darin Adler <darin eazel com>, Miguel de Icaza <miguel ximian com>,
>      nautilus-list eazel com, Gnome Hackers <gnome-hackers gnome org>
> Subject: Re: [Nautilus-list] Integration of gmc and nautilus desktop
>     directories.
> <quote who="Tuomas Kuosmanen">
> > It might not be a right time for this. Although I have used this for a
> > while now and it just feels right. It works as I expect.
> :) I got flamed for this when I mentioned it a few months ago, too.
> $HOME may not have wide understanding from users of other platforms, but
> it's as cool (and usable!) as network X, and we should take advantage of it,
> not magic directories.
> You're not on crack, tig. :)
> - Jeff
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