[Bug 75957] [feisty] [usability] categorization in the gnome-control-center needs to be more fine grained

mangar mycrapaccount at hotmail.com
Sat Dec 16 00:54:26 UTC 2006


Public bug reported:

Binary package hint: gnome-control-center

currently (at my configuration), there's two categories of the gnome-control-center:
administration (with 16 elements),
preferences (with 31 elements).

i think that more categories than just those two, and better ordering, will make the control center
more useable:

proposition:

--Administration:
services: bootUp manger, system Monitor, Services, 

peripherals: Printing, Keyboard Indicator Plugins, Gnome partition
Editor, Device manager

Network: Network, Shared Folders, Software Sources, Update Manager,
Network, Network Tools

Maintenance: Remove orphaned Packages, Synaptic, system log, Time and
Date, Users and Groups, keyring manager,

--Preferences:
look and feel: Desktop Backgroud, Emerald Theme Manager, Desktop effects, Beryl Setting Manager, Menus and Toolbars, Mouse, Font, Menu Layout, Murrine Configurator, Theme, Windows, screensaver

personal information;
About Me, encryption preferences, PalmOS devices, assistive technology, Mail Notification

hardware resources:
HPLIP toolbox, Mouse, Removeale drives and media, power management, sound, keyboard,
screen resolution, SCIM input method setup

application behaviour:
preferred applications, sun java 5.0 policy tool

network:
network proxy, remote desktop

** Affects: control-center (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: Unconfirmed

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[feisty] [usability] categorization in the gnome-control-center needs to be more fine grained
https://launchpad.net/bugs/75957




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