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Re: Proposed changes to lubuntu-desktop
I'd like to clarify my point, why dropping depencies to recommends is a DRAW/WIN/WIN. There are three groups of people:
1) "I like lubuntu / lubuntu-desktop the way it is, please don't tinker around"
2) "I want another program for my needs than what lubuntu-desktop is proposing"
3) "I'm low on resources, so please keep lubuntu as light as possible"
For 1), dropping depencies to recommends doesn't change the normal installation: all packages marked as recommends are installed unless specified otherwise.
For 2), you can now remove "useless" programs and install alternatives, and still keep lubuntu-desktop installed (I currently use lubuntu-core and install what I need on top of that).
For 3), you can use command line installation and "--without-recommends" when installing lubuntu-desktop.
I will gladly bury the hatchet of midori and other proposed changes to default applications.
On Wed, 8 Jun 2011 16:45:26 +0200
Leszek Lesner <leszek.lesner@xxxxxx> wrote:
> Am Mittwoch 08 Juni 2011, 15:23:56 schrieb 神癒礁湖 "(Rafael Laguna)":
> > It's slow for me too. Even in Gnome, when using two or three plugins
> > it's annoying. Another option could be Scribes. It's a bit strange, but
> > it has syntax highlighting and doesn't have too much dependencies. But I
> > don't know if its development status.
> I have good experience with geany. Its has good syntax hightlighting and many
> options more, like integrated terminal support and showing functions,
> procedures and classes in a source tree.
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