Developers vs Grandmas
Luis Felipe Marzagao
lfbm.andamentos at gmail.com
Mon Oct 27 21:42:11 UTC 2008
Sure! But the idea behind it is what is valuable, I think! It shows a
simple local file could improve the user experience without having to
alter upstream hard-code, and in an easy to maintain manner. Why not do
it in a persistent way locally, by Fedora Project, the same way logos,
for example, are maintained? Well, if the name of this list is
"expanding the Fedora user base", I think this is a tiny thing that
would do it. But, anyway, this is just my humble opinion (based on what
I hear from users near me). I certainly do not want to populate the
wrong list if this is considered to be the case. Thanks for your comments.
Rahul Sundaram escreveu:
> Luis Felipe Marzagao wrote:
>> I beg to differ regarding this comment:
>> "For example, changing gconf default behavior is in fact changing the
>> upstream software. Now Nautilus on Fedora would behave differently."
>> The Fedora LiveCD, for example, changes default gconf behaviour of
>> turning screen saver lock off, autologin, logos etc.
> These changes are made only for the live cd environment to make Fedora
> more suitable as a live CD. You would lose them all once you install
> it however. It appears that a nautilus change only for the live cd
> environment doesn't add any real value and hence changing the default
> file manager behavior is different from the other non-persistent
> changes you have pointed out.
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