Re: Several comments on panel, nautilus and evolution

Loban Rahman wrote:

> Simple solution to end this argument: Evolution brings up a setup dialog
> when a user runs it for the first time. This dialog should ask "where to
> store evolution files", with "$HOME/evolution" being the default (or
> "$HOME/.evolution", it doesn't really matter). Once the user accepts
> a certain directory, the value can be stored in a file in "$HOME/.gnome"
> or something.

As Alan Cooper would point out, why should the user be asked to
administrate where Evolution stores its configuration information? 
Users shouldn't have to deal with what is a low-level design issue, not
an user interface issue. Storing configuration information is the
programmer's responsibility.  Don't design for geeks; design for real

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