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Re: Firefox & LibreOffice included by default
I'm glad to hear these great news. A few comments:
- I don't find logical to ship both Firefox and GNOME Web, if you are
going to use Web, you are eventually going to uninstall/purge Firefox.
If that was the case, it's not a problem to install Web whilst you are
- Yay for LibreOffice!
- I wouldn't ship an e-mail client. The most of users use a webmail.
However, if we really need to ship one, I'd go for Evolution, it works and
it's fully integrated with the desktop.
- About games, I think that the most used are: Aisleriot, Mahjongg,
Mines, Quadrapassel (and probably Sudoku and Swell Foop, which is a very
nice game). I don't find Tetravex enjoyable in any way, I wouldn't ship
it. About Iagno, it's interestingly fun, but I don't know how many
people are going to use it; I wouldn't say 'no' to shipping this one.
I think that we shouldn't ship more that 5-7 games.
On 21 February 2013 09:31, Samuel Monsarrat <smonsarr.junk@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 21/02/2013 04:52, Jeremy Bicha wrote:
> > I am interested in your thoughts about not installing an email client
> > by default because many people just use webmail while others prefer
> > Evolution and others prefer Thunderbird.
> I personally use Thunderbird and would vote for it being the default
> because we are going for Firefox so it would seem elegant to stay with the
> same framework, it is a client that more new users are
> likely to be familiar with and enables people to easily import an existing
> profile form a prefious system regardless of the OS.
> But I would prefer no default client to Evolution as it can be a bit
> daunting to remove.
> The main problem with Thunderbird is the lack on integration of lightning
> with the date widget.
> > Also I think we should limit the number of games. An email thread 
> > a few months ago suggested aisleriot, iagno, mahjongg, sudoku, and
> > tetravex as a reasonable selection.
> I would personally not put any games at all but if you must, as little as
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