On 08/09/2015 03:39 AM, Mustafa Muhammad wrote:
On Fri, Aug 7, 2015 at 9:31 PM, Matthew Miller <mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org
On Fri, Aug 07, 2015 at 10:38:43AM -0700, Gerald B. Cox wrote:
> I think then what you were trying to ask was "what would be
> considered as qualifying as a KDE browser". For me, the only way you
> can be a KDE browser is to show up in that application list as
> sponsored by the KDE project (or whatever it is called now).
My 2¢... I think this is a reasonable distinction for a desktop spin —
these serve to showcase that technology on Fedora. This is different
than the purpose-focused spins (now labeled "labs"), which aim at
selecting particular software for a specific user need. (And, Fedora
Workstation fits in to that, too, for that matter — hence Firefox over
Maybe refusing to include anything non-KDE is one of the reasons we
still don't have a Fedora Plasma Product focusing on power users and
users who like to customize their OS.
Such users can easily install the browser of their choice and would not
have to rely on the browser installed by default.