On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 1:17 PM, Christoph Wickert <
Am Sonntag, den 11.11.2012, 11:41 -0700 schrieb Charlie Kravetz:
> On Sun, 11 Nov 2012 19:03:27 +0100
> Christoph Wickert <christoph.wickert(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> > Am Sonntag, den 11.11.2012, 10:51 -0700 schrieb Charlie Kravetz:
> > >
> > > Cutting one browser does
> > > not prevent anyone from installing it when wanted.
> > Right, and installing one's favorite browser is way more intuitive than
> > installing icedtea-web.
> I am sorry. I thought someone was asking for suggestions. I did not
> realize you already decided what to cut.
No need to be sorry, we didn't make a decision yet. It's not on me to
decide anyways, it's on all of us. :)
I just wanted to point out that we both agree that installing a browser
is easier than to figure out how to get Java working.
I think we should get rid of the browser which needs most space. If the
removal of firefox does give us more space, then I would remove it or vice
If we stick to midori, we would probably also emphasize the fact of a
Also I think it's better to remove user-space programs than some packages
like icedtea, where it's not so obvious what's missing. If firefox or
midori is missing in the menu, it's kind of obvious to solve the "problem".
Just my opinion,
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