Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 13th Jul 2009 22:29 UTC, submitted by suka
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu Mark Shutttleworh, the head honcho over at Canonical and Ubuntu, has given an interview to derStandard.at during the Gran Canaria Desktop Summit. He talks about GNOME 3.0, the struggle to improve the user experience on the Linux desktop, as well as various other things.
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Why not fix it?
by stanbr on Tue 14th Jul 2009 10:20 UTC
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2009-05-22

So lets see if I get it... he says the whole file structure is broken, but instead of fix it, we should start using some weird program that will magically find our files. The only problem is:
1- My files will continue to be in a weird structure.
2- This magic will cost me lost of cpu cycles and memory, and I think we have better things to do with it.

I don't care about zeitgeist, google destkop, beagle, and not even locate... just fix the damn file structure so it's easier for the users to find the files...
Can't understand the concepts of directory and files? Then just don't use a computer at all my friend...

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