Dotan Cohen escribió:
> In the name of semantics I do prefer the Zim approach, but I can
> understand how less technical users might prefer a word-processor
> approach. This is something to thing about.
Sure, the zim approach is plain better, I just noted a difference.
>> * however, tomboy works right out of the box, while the first screen of
>> zim, asking to configure a notebook, requires some thinking. It's not
>> easy to understand what's the Domuent Root, or how you want to use the
>> notebooks before yuou know what the application is for. Some casual
>> users might decide not to try the application. However, once the first
>> notebook is working, anyone can learn most of zim without reading a
>> manual. I'd even say it's easier than tomboy, because the toolbar has
>> more of the good staff.
> I will file a bug on this. Is there any technical reason why Zim
> cannot chose good defaults and let the user override them in the
> preferences afterwards? Even if files have to be moved, that can be
> handled within Zim (or not, as Jaap insists on using non-hidden files
> in the interest of letting the user manipulate them with his file
> manager).
Again, the zim way is perfectly fine for me. I didn't want to reply to
your email that zim is better is every way, and put my brain to think of
some tomboy advantages, but it wasn't easy.

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