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On Thu, 2015-03-26 at 18:40 +0000, Allan Day wrote:
> So, key arguments: it's useful, in a good state, actively developed,
> and is increasingly integrated with the rest of the core utilities.
One could argue that other apps that are not part of the default install
might fit in that description. I'm still having a hard time to find a
reason why a maps app specifically is important in the live image and
the default install in particular.
Please, do give a list.
Also, it'd be nice to know what's the cost here, how many and
and how much storage would we need in the image?
Moot point, gnome-maps has been in the default install since F20.