On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 5:11 PM, Bill Nottingham <notting(a)redhat.com> wrote:
(Attempting to CC relevant spins/groups maintainers)
I'm looking to do some rework of the base-x comps group. Right now, its
main purpose in life is to provide the X server that is used by the
various desktops (and the window-managers group, I suppose). However, given
that, it has stuff in it that it really shouldn't - configuration tools,
applets, session services, and so on.
Attached is a patch series that attempts to remove this cruft from the
base-x group, and place it, where relevant, in the appropriate desktop
groups. (At least, the cruft that was on by default - I haven't attempted
to weed out the optional packages yet.)
Does this look sane, as far as it touches your particular desktop? In many
cases, these tools/apps were getting removed/disabled by the live spins
Looks sane from the Sugar/MeeGo side of things, and is very much
appreciated as its been on my todo list for a long time.