Trash spec 0.2, technical questions
alexl at redhat.com
Mon Aug 30 14:50:55 EEST 2004
On Mon, 2004-08-30 at 13:13, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> --- Dave Cridland <dave at cridland.net> wrote:
> > On Mon Aug 30 10:04:38 2004, Mikhail Ramendik wrote:
> > > Hello,
> > >
> > > Version 0.2 of the Trash Spec is now available.
> > The location is
> > > unchanged:
> > >
> > > http://www.ramendik.ru/docs/trashspec.html
> > >
> > > Thanks to Dave Cridland and Alexander Larsson for
> > speedy feedback.
> I havent followed this dicussion in depth so excuse me
> if this has been answered previously. The trash
> content is supposed to be stored in a .trash folder. I
> had the impression that user manipulated data shouldnt
> be hidden in this manner. How would the user restore
> his files?. is some kind of virtual directory going to
> be provided on the user's desktop?.
> Not related to the trash spec but there seems to be
> inconsistency regaring what is supposed to be stored
> under hidden directories and what should be exposed to
> the end users. For example kmail stores its mails
> under /home/Mail and Evolution 2 seems have moved the
> mails into a hidden .evolution directory from what was
> earlier a visible directory. Can somebody please
Please read the email thread named "Trash mechanism" which has discussed
the details of trash to large extents the last week.
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