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I'll second this. I can't use maps myself, it's not very accessible,
but I'm certainly in favor of it being installed by default. Apologies
if I'm wrong, but fedora has always wanted to showcase all of what
gnome can do, and how can that be done if you don't include *all* of
the gnome applications that come with the desktop?
Chris Murphy wrote:
On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 1:49 PM, Andreas Nilsson
> On 2015-03-26 19:40, Allan Day wrote:
>> That said, there are other good reasons to include Maps. It is
>> a handy application to have in the default install, and useful
>> as a utility, in the same way as a dictionary, Clocks or
>> Weather. From GNOME 3.16, Maps has two-way integration with
>> Contacts - you can search for contacts from within Maps, and
>> Contacts includes small maps for addresses (which act as a link
>> to Maps).
> Btw, seems the two big desktop OSes; OSX and Windows 10 both come
> with Maps apps build it these days.
I think it's a good idea, it's a good example of a good app, and
it's useful, and it helps people avoid being dependent on Google
Maps, and I think it behaves better than OSM does in a web browser
- I think it's pulling data from OSM anyway though right?
As for removal, I think it should easily be removable, as are most
applications, in gnome-software. Short of a drag and drop
application model, that's about as easy as it gets.
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