Colin Walters (walters(a)redhat.com) said:
True. There's a few senses of "removal" - removal from
the package set
entirely, and just removal from the default installation, and removal
from the default menu. I'm really only talking about the latter.
Removal from the default menu is wrong.
If it's installed, it should be in the menu. For example, if it
moved to extras, it would still have a menu item, obviously. So,
if it's still in Core, it should still have a menu item, just not
necessarily be in the default package set.