On Thu, 2012-03-15 at 17:09 -0400, Matthias Clasen wrote:
On Thu, 2012-03-15 at 19:30 +0200, Elad Alfassa wrote:
> 1) who decided that system-config-date is to be installed by default
> and given the confusing (for new users) system-config-date as a name
> in the menu?
> From IRC:
> <adamw> elad661: it's called 'system-config-date' because it was
> previously called Date and Time. see the problem with that?
> <elad661> yes, I do
> <elad661> but I think we could either remove it (since gnome's control
> panel provides the functionality) or find a better name.
> <elad661> we probably need it for firstboot, so removing the desktop
> file might be a good idea
In my opinion, the search-based shell overview makes this kind of
redundancy less problematic than it was in a traditional menu system.
well, when you search for 'date' or 'time' you get both options, and
there's really no indication which you should go for. In fact, most
people would probably pick s-c-d because it gets shown ahead of GNOME's
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