New comps and full package list

Thomas Canniot thomas.canniot at laposte.net
Sun Jan 14 12:46:31 UTC 2007


Le dimanche 14 janvier 2007 à 17:41 +0530, Rahul Sundaram a écrit :
> Jesse Keating wrote:
> > I've added some of the suggestions, fixed a bug in the compose tool, and 
> > updated the full package list and comps files.
> > 
> > Please review starting at 
> > http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/FeatureFedoraDesktop
> > 
> > 
> 
> We probably dont require the following packages on the media:
> 
> audit, audit-libs, autofs, diskdumputils, crash, dump, docbook-dtds, 
> docbook-style-dsssl, docbook-style-xsl, docbook-utils, ikvm, mtools, 
> mono-data-oracle, mono-data-sybase, monodevelop, monodoc, mono-nunit, 
> mono-web, mono-winforms, qt, PyQt, exim, postfix, tomcat5-jsp-2.0-api, 
> tomcat5-servlet-2.4-api, transmission, xml-common
> xml-commons, xml-commons-apis. xml-commons-resolver,xerces-c,xerces-j2 
> (some of these seem to be dependencies for openoffice.org 
> unnecessarily), timidity++
> 
> Reevaluate the following packages being installed:
> 
> coolkey (a large majority of our audience dont have smartcard on their 
> systems), hpijs, hplip (should be only required when the system has HP 
> printers), nfs-utils (why would I need this on a desktop systems?), 
> bluez-utils, gnome-bluetooth, nautilus-sendto-bluetooth (Maybe install 
> on demand when bluetooth devices are detected?)
> 

I would have understand not to include drivers of a little printer
brand, but HP is a major brand and many people has one of their printer.
I don't really understand why it shold be removed.
It is the same for nfs-utils. No operating system is shipped whithout
tools to run their own network tools. It would be very bizar not to
include nfs-utils as well.


TC




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