On Sun, 11 Nov 2012 18:26:53 +0100
Christoph Wickert <christoph.wickert(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Am Samstag, den 10.11.2012, 14:39 -0700 schrieb Kevin Fenzi:
> Some options:
> - nuke icedtea-web (this saves 100MB or so, but means people won't be
> able to test java in the live instance).
It should be ~70 mb at least, but I am afraid it is unintuitive. People
will just see that something doesn't work but hardly know how to fix it.
"icedtea" is not really to find in the package management.
> - seahorse - 7mb
Not a bad idea, however I consider seahorse useful.
> - Longer term: split perl deps out of exo and see if we can remove
> perl? lm_sensors also needs perl, so we would have to drop
> xfce4-sensors-plugin, but I think it's worth it. That could save us a
> ton of room down the road. This dep is due exo-compose-mail-1 helper
> being a perl script.
I doubt that we cal really remove perl form the spin and even if we can,
it means we loose some features like attaching a file form Thunar to a
mail via the "Send to" menu.
> - drop one of firefox or midori. ;)
Yes please! The question is: Which one? Throw a coin or play
> - We really only need a bit of room at this point, so other smaller
Drop some themes!
I will second the "drop some themes"! It is an easy way to gain a bit
If more than that is needed, flip the coin. Cutting one browser does
not prevent anyone from installing it when wanted.
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