Den lørdag den 6. januar 2018 kl. 12.27.18 UTC+1 skrev Tom Zander:
> On Saturday, 6 January 2018 00:11:43 GMT Franz wrote:
> > I would add some way to make some order in the
> > applVM list, so that a standard view may show only the most commonly used
> > VMs, while rarely used VMs are hidden and shown only clicking a button. To
> > do that, there should be a flag to differentiate the visibility of VMs.
> 
> I made a start with this based on my own usage; See the attached 
> screenshots.
> Going from screenshot1 (showing all my qubes) to 5 by removing ones based 
> on;
> * being templates for disposable VMs. (you likely never want to start them 
> after initial configuration).
> * being a "network" VM.
> * Being a template.
> * Being halted.
> 
> Naturally you can combine those settings in any way you want to show the 
> subsection of qubes you use.
> I expect that I''l end up using the settings as "snapshot4" shows it most of 
> the time.
>  
> > This may be helpful also in a corporate environment when an administrator
> > can decide which VMs should be shown and which should be hidden.
> 
> This is a great idea, I recall that root added tags in 4.0. I have not tried 
> them yet, but it sounds like a good fit.
> 
> Thanks for the ideas!
> 
> -- 
> Tom Zander
> Blog: https://zander.github.io
> Vlog: https://vimeo.com/channels/tomscryptochannel

This is amazing though, good job Tom!

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