On Thu, 2013-10-31 at 14:31 +0100, Tim Lauridsen wrote:
On Thu, Oct 31, 2013 at 12:50 PM, Matthias Clasen <mclasen(a)redhat.com>
On Thu, 2013-10-31 at 12:13 +0100, Tim Lauridsen wrote:
> I have tested gnome-software to see the current state,
> gpk in F19, there is a lot stuff there cant be done.
> 1. You cant install backgrounds / icons
It is an application installer, first and foremost. Installing
backgrounds/icons/themes is not a priority. That being said,
install fonts and codecs.
I know that it is an application installer, but user want to install
and gpk can do that, so it is a regression in my world.
'Regression' does not really apply. gnome-software is not aiming to be a
1-1 replacement for gpk-application. Wrt to backgrounds, I would say
that installing them in packages is really suboptimal, and we should
look for ways to make backgrounds from online sources show up in the
I know Richard has pushed hard to get appdata for apps, but it do help
end user, if lot of apps in gnome-software dont have any descriptions.
Look at System -> File Tools -> Caja-actions configuration tool
Get the cinnamon guys to fork the nautilus appdata ? I'm sure it will
only need minor adjustments... :-)
Personal it is not a problem for me, but I would like Fedora to be
good as possible for new users, so i took some time to install the
gnome desktop and check the state of thing
and report the issues I have found.
Thanks for doing that. Your feedback is appreciated!