I have a patch ready that exactly does this, but it was targeted
primarily for Windows. Macs would also benefit for the logs
directory. I didn't receive much feedback...
I've seen the freedesktop initiative and I personally like the idea,
but I'm really unsure what others think of this. The point is:
freedesktop is not a real authority as the official MS or Apple
documentation is. Whats the opinion of other Linuxers on the list?
Freundliche Grüsse, Ingo Bauersachs
It's not a forced standard, but it's pretty used : awesome, chromium, git, gtk, kde, libreoffice, mumble, rox, systemd, vlc... It helps a lot in cleaning a really charged $HOME, plus helping the user in choosing files to save.
My fault, I didn't mentioned : the dir locations are defined in variables XDG_CONFIG_HOME, XDG_CACHE_HOME and XDG_DATA_HOME. Theirs defaults values (if they are not set) are .config, .cache and .local/share (personally, I moved it to .data).
Le 13/08/2013 21:54, Ingo Bauersachs a écrit :
* $HOME/.config/jitsi/ for config files ;
* $HOME/.local/share/jitsi/ for data files (contact list, logs,...);
* $HOME/.cache/jitsi/ for cache.