[CREATE] shared resources spec
alexandre.prokoudine at gmail.com
Thu Oct 6 07:43:05 PDT 2005
On 10/6/05, Kai-Uwe Behrmann <ku.b at gmx.de> wrote:
> Yes, thats reasonable. But it explains nothing to an user, searching for
> an instant idea what this directories on his own computer mean. My point
> is the directory name should be at most descriptive. If someone searches
> on the computer she/he should simply look at directory names and get an
> idea. There are tousands of directories. No normal user tries to
> investigate further if it is not understandable at a first glance. If
> she/he sees art, paint, clipart or ... thats is intuitive. (At least I
>From this POV "art" seems to be most decriptive among "create",
"media" and "art".
> This was a try to find an association to "create" in google. We can not
> expect a user will know anything about "create". Asking the google is a
> good gauge.
Ah, ok :)
> > Do you mean /usr/share/art/supplies?
> I understood Craigs suggestion in this sense.
> > Or /usr/share/*/supplies?
> > Or /usr/share/supplies?
> > Why would we need yet another subdirectory?
> Hmm maybe not. I thought about a config file residing in /usr/share/art/,
> in which all interessted applications can put theyre application
> specific paths and more. But maybe this is as well possible with
> the current directory layout and it dont belong to the first question:
> "art-supplies" or something alternative.
Well, at the moment we have 4 voices pro "media", 3 pro "art" and 3
pro "create". I tend to agree with "art" as most descriptive and short
variant, which gives us 4, 4 and 3 voices appropriately.
Anyone else to chime in? ;)
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