|Subject:||Re: LSR categories|
|Date:||Wed, 24 Jan 2007 10:51:26 +0100|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 18.104.22.168 (X11/20061206)|
Bertalan Fodor wrote:
I feel that these categories are not leading the mind. Users usually wants to make a graphical representation of some music, and not doing scheme, or trick, or whatever. For example, many tweaks are ''simple'' ''scheme-trick''s, that (naturally) involves some ''scheme-programming''... I'd better see categories like: text, lyrics, articulation etc.Agree! Often such division into different categories don't help at all, they just give you more places to search from. No matter how we choose the categories, there will always be a number of examples that don't fit anywhere or that fit perfectly well into several categories. The main thing, in my opinion, is that it's easy to search in all the examples (preferably including Regression Tests and maybe even all examples from the manual) and that it's easy to browse through them all. It's often you search for some feature where you really don't know what word to search for but where it's easy to recognize it in the typeset examples, especially considering that many users don't have English as their mother tongue.
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