On Tue, 27 Oct 2009 01:57:53 +0100
Christoph Wickert <christoph.wickert(a)googlemail.com> wrote:
I committed a couple of changes  to the Xfce Spin:
It's a bit late in the cycle to be doing much change isn't it? ;)
1. Removed cups-pdf because the gnome print dialog already
2. Removed some system-config-* tools to sync with the desktop
* system-config-language (language can be changed in
* system-config-network (we already have NetworkManager)
Any of these that should stay in the Spin?
system-config-network is sometimes handy, but I guess people can
install it if they need bridging or whatever.
What about midori? Do we really want two browsers? We already have
I would really like to keep midori in. I know it's bad to duplicate
things, but I use midori day to day and I think it's gotten enough
features that many of the people who are attracted to Xfce will also be
attracted to it.
And what about parole? It's really cool, but I don't think it
to be the default media player until it has a gecko plugin.
Nevertheless it would be nice to have it on the Live-CD.
I think it would be ok to add it in order to get more feedback/user
interest, but it shouldn't be default as you mention.
We should have some more free space, anything you would like to add?
How about vinagre or another VNC viewer?
That might be handy.