[quote]Originally posted by Brad:
<strong>That's right; labels do not exist in Mac OS X.
I suspect, though, that we will get something similar to labels in the future. Remember that Apple hired the creators of BFS, a filesystem that is rich with metadata. If they are doing the same kind of work at Apple, then we will probably get an excellent new filesystem that has metadata far superior and more powerful than the labels of Classic Mac OS.
The soonest I would venture to guess at the arrival of such a filesystem would probably coincide with 10.3 some time late next year.</strong><hr></blockquote>
If anyone wants info on these guys search Google for
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And <a href="http://www.google.com/search?num=20&hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&q=Pavel+cisler&spell=1
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I'm excited about what a modern File System will do for OSX useability. Put it this way. Maxtor will have 320GB drives soon and once you have 200GB of actual data it's going to take a well executed File System and management to find files quickly and easily.
I'm glad Apple is getting the best and brightest.