why not GVFS like in KDE?

Stef Bon stef at bononline.nl
Tue Sep 10 21:14:04 BST 2013

On 09/07/2013 06:09 PM, Gianluca Gargiulo wrote:
> Hello to community,
> and transparency, GVFS: it's fantastic!!!!! Same thing with sftps:// 
> ftp:// etc etc....
> The Dolphin working mode is too old!!!! i'm sorry.


I´ve been working on fuse-workspace, which is a fuse filesystem, which 
offers the same functionality as

It´s able to access the windows neighbourhood using libsmbclient, and 
the shares by mounting using cifs (the kernel filesystem) or by using 
libsmbclient again.

I havent been working on it for some time, I have been working on an 
implementation of  a skiplist to store directories, on another project, 

It has the ability to mount at:



> I think kde is targeting it too in the social function and home user 
> experience forgoting the enterprise user, that was ruffled by gnome 
> 2.32 death.
> I'm imaging kde take the chance to obfuscate gnome in enterprise 
> environment giving news but remaining with the most used desktop ideas.
> For my experience GVFS is fundamental up to must me to choise gnome 
> based alternative like Mate, Unity, Cinnamon or XFCE.
> You what think about this questione?
> Gianluca Gargiulo
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