On Wed, 1 Sep 2004, dima wrote:
Why fedora have not splitted packages? For example in Debian some
such as kde-games, kde-network and etc are splitted into small packages.
It`s very good idea. End-user may select only needed packages or install
virtual global package.
Because it's a whole lot of work for relatively little gain (disk space
IMO, In general, if upstream developers package their software/tarballs
(e.g. kdegames, kdenetwork) monolitically, so should the rpm packaging.