Christian González wrote:
I don't know if OO.org
fits in KDE live-cd, but I think it's worth to try.
It would drag in OVER 9000 extra packages that we wouldn't need/want
otherwise. It'd probably provide about 100mb (that's about what it pulled in
when I installed it, but that was with the clipart libraries... not sure on
Keep KOffice 1.6 easily available on the repos. Keep KOffice 2 on
unstable repos so that those of us with the interest in helping its
development can use it. That should give us the best of both worlds, IMO.
The problem with this is that there are users installing from the live cd to
machines without a network connection. This leaves them wondering where the
heck the office suite is, giving Fedora-KDE a bad image ("Wtf, doesn't even
ship with an office suite?") and moving to Karmic or something that -does-
have an office suite in the livecd.
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