On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 12:49 PM, Andreas Nilsson <lists(a)andreasn.se> wrote:
On 2015-03-26 19:40, Allan Day wrote:
> That said, there are other good reasons to include Maps. It is a handy
> application to have in the default install, and useful as a utility,
> in the same way as a dictionary, Clocks or Weather. From GNOME 3.16,
> Maps has two-way integration with Contacts - you can search for
> contacts from within Maps, and Contacts includes small maps for
> addresses (which act as a link to Maps).
Btw, seems the two big desktop OSes; OSX and Windows 10 both come with Maps
apps build it these days.
Don't get me started on Windows 10 as a productivity workstation. ;-)
I'm fine with having maps *available*. I'm *not* fine with having it
installed by default and having to remove it or de-configure it. For
that matter I feel the same way about Weather - I just haven't gone to
the trouble of configuring it out / removing it. Heck, it's only been
since midway of the F21 cycle that I haven't removed Boxes after an