On Tue, 2010-09-07 at 07:20 -0700, Pietro Battiston wrote:
Il giorno mar, 07/09/2010 alle 14.28 +0200, Patrick Ohly ha scritto:
> On Tue, 2010-09-07 at 02:39 -0700, Pietro Battiston wrote:
> > Moreover, I would ensure that the words "Syncevolution", or at least
> > "Evolution", appear in "Name" or "Comment", since
currently if one has a
> > crowded applications menu it can be non-trivial to find it.
> So what do you suggest?
> [Desktop Entry]
> _Name=SyncEvolution (GTK)
> _Comment=Synchronize PIM data
Maybe without "(GTK)" - in the end, launchers are for graphic apps, and
the particular library used is not something the average user is
particularly interested in.
If you feel that there is need to avoid possible future ambiguity,
Yes, I think there is such a need (there might be KDE GUI soonish),
"for Gnome" would be scrictly speaking less appropriate, but more
... yes, this is not quite correct. As long as KDE doesn't have a
"native" GUI, they'll use sync-ui.
Taking all of this into account I still think that "SyncEvolution (GTK)"
is the least evil of the alternatives.
By the way: now that syncevolution works also without any
server, I guess the category "network" is not very appropriate, and I
would replace it with
I like "Office;PDA". Not sure about "GTK". I don't find it in
toolkit it uses shouldn't be relevant for the menu.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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