Re: network-manager-n2n

On Tue, 2009-06-09 at 11:37 -0400, Dan Williams wrote:
> Well, think about GUI config now *too*, since otherwise, you're
> basically giving users the finger.  If the VPN has a lot of options, a
> lot of thought needs to go into the interface to make sure you don't
> just have a huge dialog with a bunch of buttons that no user can ever
> hope to comprehend.  Just making it "the sysadmin's problem" isn't the
> right solution either.

Right. Although I do much prefer the 'run this shell script and then
it'll work' approach rather than trying to tell people how to set it up
the pointy-clicky way :)

> But if you're just getting it up and running for now, then yeah, the
> GUI bits aren't necessary quite yet, but can be done after that.

Yeah -- that's what I meant. You can get the nm-n2n-service bits done
first, then do the GUI _second_. Not that you can defer the GUI for
ever. I think I did it the wrong way round, by attempting to do the GUI


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