On Mon 30 August 2010 16:53:42 Chris Smart wrote:
On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 9:19 AM, Arthur Pemberton
> Considering the nature of Kontact, that seems like a bad example.
If someone just wanted bloglio for example, they also get akregator,
kmail, knode, knotes, kontact and korganiser.
Or as another example, kget, kopete, kppp, krdc, krfb which are all in
the kdenetwork meta-package. One can't just install kopete, for
A user also can't install ksnapshot without also getting kamera,
kcolorchooser, kolourpaint4, kruler and okular.
I thought about doing that, and it was proposed as a solution in the creation
of the KDE Netbook Spin, but hasn't really gained much traction I'm afraid
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