[RFC] One ioslave to rule them all...

Kévin Ottens ervin at ipsquad.net
Sun Jun 26 12:03:55 BST 2005

Le Dimanche 26 Juin 2005 01:03, Gábor Lehel a écrit :
> Not related to your actual question, but wouldn't it make sense to
> have system:/ point at applications:/ as well?

No idea really... I'd personnaly prefer to keep the amount of entry in 
system:/ as low as possible. settings:/ seem interesting to have at hand 
(even if I could easily consider ditching them since kcontrol is there), but 
I don't see a real use case for applications:/, you generally use the kmenu 
to launch something.

> (Related to your question, I agree, but don't think I have the
> credentials to give my opinion any sort of weight... the other issue
> with the Unix file system, besides its organization, is the case
> sensitivity.)

Please note that I'm not stating that the Unix file system organization is an 
issue. I'm just saying that since it's the entry point to most of the "low" 
level features of the system (from a desktop user pov) we should hide it by 

Kévin 'ervin' Ottens, http://ervin.ipsquad.net
"Ni le maître sans disciple, Ni le disciple sans maître,
Ne font reculer l'ignorance."
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