On Tue, 2009-11-24 at 00:34 -0500, Matthias Clasen wrote:
Here is a list of some cruft removal tasks that I think we should
- Get rid of old Bluecurve icons in fedora-icon-theme. This mainly
affects the OpenOffice icons and the redhat-email and redhat-web icons
which are used by htmlview. The easiest way forward here would be to
simply change the Fedora metatheme to use Mist (or another icon theme)
- Get rid of leftover cruft in redhat-menus. We still ship
a /usr/share/desktop-menu-patches directory full of desktop files of
which only two seem to still be used (by htmlview). Is anything besides
htmlview still using desktop-menu-patches ?
- Get rid of htmlview. The script as been documented as deprecated since
forever, and it really does not have any benefits over xdg-open or
gvfs-open. It seems to get pulled in by gok (!) in my F12 installation.
These points are done now. xdg-open obsoletes htmlview, and I just built
redhat-menus without /usr/share-desktop-menu-patches and
fedora-icon-theme without Bluecurve-era icons.
Let me know if anything breaks.