"Jonas Sundström" <jonas@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > - Is the mention of copyright truly necessary? (It has a negative > feel.) Doesn't copyright apply regardless if mentioned? Why would it have a negative feel? But since it's all part of the same system, I wouldn't mind removing it, at least - AboutSystem already tells you everything you want to know in this regard. > - "Compiled on ... ", "Build", "Version", "Recompiled for Haiku" > Does this interest our target group? It doesn't interest me, at least. Since the system is delivered as a whole, having this kind of information there is completely useless IMO (same thing with versions). > Suggestion: > - The application name in bold. > - No mention of version. > - The list of people who have contributed to an applications will > grow, > possibly by lots. Trying to state the nature of a person's > contribution > in words (by, written, enhanced, updated, revised, thanks to) does > not > scale well. I suggest a simple "Contributed to by $original- > author(s), > $haiku-authors (in chronological order)." Having them in chronological order should usually be sufficient, indeed. > - No help/mini documentation in the About window +1 > - Haiku could be mentioned like this: "Part of Haiku Release 1." > (What > about distros?) Possibly followed by "Copyright © 2007, Haiku, Inc." > on > the next line ? I think a "copyright" line alone is enough for this. Also, since at least apps like DeskCalc have a copyright from another party in it, maybe we should indeed keep ours in as well. > - "Close" -button. (less fun, I know, but consistent and correct) Why would that be? > - Escape key closes window +1 Bye, Axel.