Am Montag, den 07.02.2011, 19:49 +0000 schrieb Bill Nottingham:
> commit f2cb3971ffb2a53b9f0fdc536cdcc4f9c3a87876
> Author: Bill Nottingham <notting(a)redhat.com>
> Date: Fri Jan 28 16:24:54 2011 -0500
> Move system-config-* tools from base-x to appropriate desktops.
> In Admin tools, make s-c-network optional, and swap gnome-disk-utility for s-c-lvm.
> diff --git a/comps-f15.xml.in b/comps-f15.xml.in
> index ff1fd16..f2c92a8 100644
> --- a/comps-f15.xml.in
> +++ b/comps-f15.xml.in
> @@ -9,14 +9,13 @@
> <packagereq type="default">authconfig-gtk</packagereq>
> + <packagereq type="default">gnome-disk-utility</packagereq>
> <packagereq type="default">gnome-packagekit</packagereq>
> <packagereq type="default">system-config-boot</packagereq>
Next time you a change like this one, please announce it to the lists
because it has a large impact on the spins. Even better: Ask *before*
making this change.
While we are at it: I'd like to suggest that non-desktop groups like
'admin-tools' should be desktop-agnostic.
there is a new way to contact the board now: Recently the board's trac
instance was opened for ticket submissions by all FAS account holders.
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Please forward this info to all relevant lists if you think I have
P.S.: I wonder why the board didn't announce this.
I wonder why I'm still getting nag mails about
pokerth has broken dependencies in the F-15 tree:
and so on, when the package currently in the F-15 repo should be
Fedora Project Contributor
Fonts or whatever don't seem to be as nice or full looking as other
releases (F14 or below).
When in a program (Evolution for example), it seems this is the only one
I see in the task window/panel or whatever up top. I can't tell Firefox
or anything is running, unleses I click on the Activities link or
When adding a background image, that little plus/negative sign at the
bottom isn't too inviting to use. Had to look at that program couple
times to understand/see them at the bottom. Could be couple bigger
buttons or something.
How the hell do you add something to be started up when your profile
starts? Such as devilspie or whatever? I used to add this to startup
I used to be able to hover my mouse over the time and at least it would
tell me the date instead of having to click on it just to see it.
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