Gnome baker project name should be drive label
Binary package hint: gnomebaker
Changing the drive label for a disk about to be burnt seems to be regarded as an advanced feature, as it is hidden in the third tab of the burn window.
1) you want to burn the disk once you are sure you have prepared it completely. This includes having set a drive label.
--> Providing a possiblity to set a drive label only *after* the user clicks "burn" seems the wrong way around.
2) Intuitively, you would take the directory tree root node (the project name node) as drive label, as later in nautilus (or other shell), the drive label appears in the directory tree, due to the automount in /media/
A normal user would find out that he did NOT set the drive label by editing the root node name of his prepared dvd/cd only after he/she burnt the disk and inserted it into his drive again. (If he does that at all. I don't think that many people check their disks for functionality after burning.)
|Changed in gnomebaker:|
|importance:||Undecided → Wishlist|
|Changed in gnomebaker (Ubuntu):|
|status:||New → Confirmed|