On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 3:05 PM, Pat Suwalski <p...@suwalski.net> wrote:
> Funny how we both use workspaces the same way, and both do essentially the 
> same task, but have exactly different uses of the minimize button.

That is odd, isn't it! Whenever I want to hide something I always
think in terms of putting something in front of it, either the big
gedit window or a new tab.

> I think my values simply come from always having enjoyed and liked the 
> spatially-oriented desktop. I was very sad when two events happened in GNOME:
> 1) Nautilus switched away from spatial-by-default
> 2) Nautilus stopped supporting "homedir as desktop"
> I thought those were both fantastic ways to go, but it explains why I like to 
> be able to manipulate the clutter on my desktop rather than simplify it into 
> more group/task-oriented windows.

Ah yeah, I remember being excited about the idea of the spatial
nautilus before it came out, but not actually liking it in practise,
but I can't remember why.

> PS: Love the photography.

Thanks! It's something I'm passionate about.

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