[Nautilus-list] Re: gmenu for Gnome2?

I'm of the opinion that everything should be optionally editable, or 
at least I think the sys admin should set this.

The new menu proposal should allow both system wide and group wide
configurations - this especially suits things like companies, universities,
internet cafes etc...where you want to control what types of application
the end user has access to.

I think that the user shouldn't be confused by a plain text editor, system
configuration tools like red-carpet, file manager when they really only
use two applications - mail client and web browser.
Although in saying that, I do really like the idea of a Favourites 
nautilus view acting as a kind of bookmarks and recent Documents area.

			See ya,
				Glynn ;)

Havoc Pennington wrote:
> Hi,
> My opinion is that we should only allow editing of Favorites, not the
> system menus such as Programs, and that Favorites would just be a
> directory visible in Nautilus. (It might actually be stored in GConf
> or something, but would appear in Nautilus as files.) Then you drag
> stuff to/from the favorites folder to edit it. If someone wants to do
> a gmenu equivalent as well they could do that.
> Then you make Favorites be on the toplevel of the foot menu (i.e. not
> a submenu).
> I know George wants to make the whole thing editable though.
> Havoc
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