grim at reaperworld.com
Wed Mar 21 22:52:15 EDT 2007
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Stu Tomlinson wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-03-21 at 12:14 -0700, Sean Egan wrote:
>> If this spec gets adapted broadly, people won't be confused by the
>> distribution of all the files. They'll expect it.
> I missed this before.
> This spec has existed for nearly 4 years now. I don't see anyone who has
> adopted it yet. I suspect it was a spec for the sake of writing a spec.
> Gazing into my crystal ball: this spec will not get adopted broadly.
> I hope it doesn't, too.
I have to admit that I've not been following this at all, mainly because
I don't care, I just want my data stored somewhere, and I don't really
care where (thats why it's in a dotdirectory anyways). But if this is
the ~/.config spec I'm thinking of, in my ~ (which has been around for
years and through many installs), the most notable entries I have in
there are gtk-2.0, MonoDevelop, openbox, Thunar, Trolltech, xfce4, and
After years of collecting, that's hardly enough to merit "wide" adoption.
Gary Kramlich <grim at reaperworld.com>
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