Description of problem:
I don't like the system-tools menu like now is in f8, some apps that are in
here like "selinux management", "smart card manager", "software updates", seems
more logical to me to be in the system menu.
Also I don't like the "cd writer" icon in system-tools (I don't think to go to
system-tools to find a "cd writer".)
My basic idea is to move what is in apps->system-tools to system->tools, basic
because it needs a great effort to make it more consistent and select each
package that really should be moved from apps->system-tools to something more
pleasant for the end user as system->tools, some apps might move to
system->administration (like selinux management,...), the rest of apps that
doesn't fit in system->tools or system->administration can go to to apps->tools,
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
It is an artwork bug.
Steps to Reproduce:
I find a little incosistency in the place of some icons in the menu.
I'm trying to have a better menu.
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