On 09. 01. 19 10:31, Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek wrote:
On Wed, Jan 09, 2019 at 09:34:54AM +0100, Miro Hrončok wrote:
> Today, if I try to uninstall python2 from Xfce spin (rawhide), this is what
> gets removed as dependent:
> Several others go as no longer needed, mostly python2 libs, but also:
> While I doubt the actual usefulness of gnumeric, what bothers me is:
Maybe drop gnumeric, at least from the default installation? I really
liked gnumeric, it is lightweight and well designed, but its time seems
to have passed. I don't think we're doing anybody any favours by
encouraging people to use it.
> 1. It seems that the Bluetooth stack is entirely gone. Do we have
Hmm, in F29 workstation, I have bluez-obexd.x86_64 installed, and
"sudo dnf remove python2" doesn't touch it. What is the dependency
chain that you see?
bluez-obexd was only removed as it was no longer required. The primary thing
that got blasted by py2 removal was blueberry.
> 2. If openconnect is not needed on Workstation, why is it needed
> 3. Can we set keyboards/users with some alternatives? system-config-* still
> link to fedorahosted as upstream and haven't received an update in years.
> They seem pretty upstream dead to me.
> 4. Catfish is Python 3 compatible, but the Fedora maintainer is not .
I rebuilt the package with your PR. I hope I won't get flamed to death ;)
Well it's my commit, so maybe I will get flamed :D