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I'd agree with the majority of that thread ... with the exception of a web browser on NAND - it's something that I'd prefer to decide myself as to which browser I'm going to use. Oh, and I'd also not
like to see an instruction document on the desktop either about how to use PNDs - that's just a lame way of getting around the fact that the default OS doesn't help you. FWIW, Craig was onto something in this regard (let's not get into what Craig was wrong about). By default, the Pandora, being a games machine should behave very much like a DS flashcart imo, with the full XFCE experience optional from the main menu.
On my NDS, roms/homebrew are dumped into the root and the menu just lists them. If the user wants to put them in other folders that's fine - if they're capable of doing that then they're capable of navigating to that folder in the menu. The Pandora does have some issues with this, though, as there are three places (four now with the root folder option) for those of us that prefer to use XFCE. This could work just fine though - again, if the user is experienced enough to want to use XFCE then they're also capable of putting their PNDs in the places they prefer. If they're not that sort of person (HakmanPlayer literally leaps to mind here), then they should stick to MiniMenu which will do it all for them.
As for getting their PNDs, we need to have PNDStore with a decent swishy UI for the less experienced - integrated into MiniMenu with no disparity in the interfaces between them - PNDStore should launch from a "app store" icon on the front page and download to the correct place automatically.
The other thing I'd like to see is a "front page" on bootup (part of MiniMenu again) which lists the PND Store and then categories (PNDStore at the very top left, and all other icons being the categories) rather than tabs. This will unclutter the UI somewhat - the tabs can be very confusing as they are now. Each category has a "back" icon at the top-left, followed by sub-categories and apps following those.
I've no idea at present how to manage PNDs this way in XFCE - maybe collect PNDs in a "Software" menu entry rather than scattering them around the menu in amongst the pre-installed NAND apps might be the way to go. It would be trivial to arrange the submenus in the Software item to mirror the same structure that minimenu uses.
By making it obvious and intuitive you don't need a document that tells people what to do.