"Peter Köhlmann" <peter.koehlmann@xxxxxxxx> stated in post
4907b18d$0$30221$9b4e6d93@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on 10/28/08 5:42 PM:
> TomB wrote:
>> On 2008-10-29, Roy Schestowitz was urged to write the following:
>>> * Enter CD
>>> * Pop-up menu shows up asking if the user's desire is to play or open the
>>> CD's content in a file manager. Open in file manager.
>>> * Voila! In the background, KDE has fetched the tracks info for the
>>> entire album (over the Web) and within 1 second the tracks appear as
>>> aptly-named files.
>>> *Drag and drop the directory called MP3 (or Ogg) where you want it and
>>> bam! All done.
>>> How is this done in Windows?
>> This is a *great* Konqueror feature. OSX fans should adore it, as it
>> doesn't get any easier than this...
> Just ask Snot Michael Glasser.
> He will explain why a convoluted mess, consisting of at least half a dozen
> mouse-clicks in seemingly unrelated positions will result in something
> similar, albeit not quite (most of the target formats will be missing).
> And then declare the OSX way superior
Really Peter, what "half a dozen mouse-clicks in seemingly unrelated
positions" do you mean? Please be specific.
Peter runs in 3... 2... 1...
Yes, Peter, you are that predictable...
... something I'm committed to work on, focusing increasing amounts of
resources of Canonical on figuring out on how we actually move the desktop
experience forward to compete with Mac OS X.
- Mark Shuttleworth (founded Canonical Ltd. / Ubuntu Linux)