I think once GNOME and KDE bloat to one gig+ live-cds, LXDE will
become the only choice for those without dvd burners or huge thumb
Seeing how small LXDE-live is, and how easily the Security Spin was
stacked on top of it (I'm guessing), I think LXDE-desktop could become
a spin of remixes...
A CLI retro terminator remix...
A light, but GUI, LAMP+X+panel
A live cd with OOo and GIMP full (no longer exist on one live cd)
>* Is everybody fine with this set or should there be more packages in the
The less in a meta package, the better.
...Easier for the user to remove pieces of userlandapps later with
YumEx without breaking a million other things. *(I never did figure
out how to remove Cheese from GNOME, and ignore the dependencies,
without YUM wanting to remove all of GNOME.)