Nautilus and not another CD burning app.
teamwassily at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 15 20:50:18 UTC 2005
I think nautilus is the way to go. There are too many
programs, esp. cd burning apps that include their own
file managing systems in the apps. It's better to
just take a good file managing system like nautilus
and do what they've done. I like the fact that I
don't have to load another program and can just stay
in nautilus to burn CDs or DVDs.
I wish video editing would become as simple.
--- Daniel Veillard <veillard at redhat.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 14, 2005 at 08:32:33PM +0100, Bjorn
> Andersen wrote:
> > man, 14 03 2005 kl. 16:54 +0100, skrev
> shrek-m at gmx.de:
> > >
> > > instead of creating thousands of new half-ready
> burning-apps with a
> > > few
> > > months/years lifetime with nice screenshots it
> would be nice if you
> > > would join your capacities.
> > >
> > >
> > > nautilus-cd-burner
> > > k3b
> > > xcdroast
> > > gtoaster
> > Year, its saad.
> > The only burning app that really rocks is K3B. But
> GnomeBaker is on the
> > right road.
> > Any chance that it will get into Fedora Core 4?
> Unlikely, as far as I can tell the goal is to
> avoid duplicate ways
> of doing the same things and nautilus-cd-burner is
> around for good.
> Maybe in the Extra then...
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