On Sat, 2010-10-16 at 19:34 +0200, Christoph Wickert wrote:
Am Samstag, den 16.10.2010, 18:42 +0200 schrieb Martin Sourada:
> On Sat, 2010-10-16 at 11:12 -0500, Bruno Wolff III wrote:
> > On Sat, Oct 16, 2010 at 17:26:29 +0200,
> > Martin Sourada <martin.sourada(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> > > It would help to list which spins went oversize and what's their
> > > size. So general info:
> > broffice and xfce are the two that went over their targets. They need to
> > get back under 703 MiB. Games was almost hit, but still has enough cushion
> > that I can handle the hedgewars small increase in size which will be
> > showing up in a push tomorrow unless it gets negative karma before then.
> > But I'm still pretty close and will probably still implement whatever
> > we do for broffice and xfce.
> AFAIK XFCE should require only -single, unless they pull
> gnome-desktop(3) for some reason.
libgnome-desktop is required by cheese, control-center and
gnome-settings-daemon. We could drop cheese, but we wont get rid of the
* control-center is required by gnome-bluetooth
* gnome-settings-daemon is required by gdm
There is no alternative to gdm and gnome-blueetooth .
> That grew by 1MB, probably due to
> increased complexity of the wallpaper. I'd investigate this one more
> throughout if I were you.
If I were or a member of the design team I would not push changes like
this one that late. I think this level of carelessness is inappropriate.
This is how design works. You cannot make time-of-day versions of the
wallpaper sooner than you have final design. You cannot make time-of-day
versions at all if you are late with the final design...
There are three solutions:
* A gnome-desktop-libs package, but it is too late to change for
That would be sensible and probably better solution F15 onward.
* Make gnome-desktop not depend on system-backgrounds-gnome.
That would work as short term solution, but we have to be very careful
to install s-b-g wherever gnome desktop is installed and uses
system-wide default wallpaper.
* Revert the changes on laughlin-backgrounds-gnome.
You'd have the whole design-team against you for that...