Re: WTF⁈ ShowOnlyIn=GNOME

Christopher Stone chris.stone at
Sun Jul 22 22:15:24 UTC 2007

On 7/22/07, nodata <lsof at> wrote:
> Am Samstag, den 21.07.2007, 09:18 -0700 schrieb Christopher Stone:
> > On 7/21/07, Naheem Zaffar <naheemzaffar at> wrote:
> > > Some applications would only be sane in a specific environment. As an
> > > example, Gnome should have a link to Nautilus for file management, KDE
> > > to Konqueror (or whatever they have got in KDE 4. Dolphin?).
> >
> > I do not understand this logic.  Why do we assume GNOME users will
> > only use Nautilus, and KDE users will only use Konqueror?
> Of course Gnome users might want to use Konqueror, and they are free to
> do so. But if they know what Konqueror is, then they know how to add a
> launcher to their panel.
> The alternative is what Suse has - a disasterous hard-to-use clutter of
> menu items.

How can one possibly argue that an installed application should not
show up in a users menu?

Somehow if I add a menu entry for an application I installed, it will
make my menu a unusable clutter of Suse mess?

What in the world are you people thinking??

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