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Elad Alfassa 03-15-2012 04:30 PM

Two questions / bugs / issues with Fedora 17 Desktop, minor but kinda important for user experience
 
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


2) why is "remote desktop viewer" installed by default? I thought gnome boxes provides this functionality now.

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Elad Alfassa 03-15-2012 04:50 PM

Two questions / bugs / issues with Fedora 17 Desktop, minor but kinda important for user experience
 
Looking at the desktop archives to make sure my message got into the
list, I noticed it was split in a strange way. I don't know who's
fault is that, gmail or mailman.
To make sure you all got this message properly, here is a copy of it.

Sorry.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Elad Alfassa <elad@fedoraproject.org>
Date: Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 7:30 PM
Subject: Two questions / bugs / issues with Fedora 17 Desktop, minor
but kinda important for user experience
To: Discussions about development for the Fedora desktop
<desktop@lists.fedoraproject.org>


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

2) why is "remote desktop viewer" installed by default? I thought
gnome boxes provides this functionality now.


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-Elad Alfassa.




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