Fwd: Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] LSC and Dependencies Talk

Stephen Smally eco.stefi at fastwebnet.it
Mon Jan 16 20:58:02 UTC 2012

Is not a big work since the apps which are intended to work with a 
Desktop Environment has it in the Category (talking about 
real-applications packages).
Will add as whislist ;-)

On 01/16/2012 09:45 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
>     Hi Stephen,
>     that sounds an excellent idea. How big an 'ask' is it for you
>     investigate what is needed and what sort of time scale. With your
>     work on other areas of lubuntu does this fall into "Wish-list" or
>     something you are confident can be done without pulling your
>     limited and valuable time from other projects?
>     Thanks,
>     Phill.
>     On 16 January 2012 20:35, Stephen Smally <eco.stefi at fastwebnet.it
>     <mailto:eco.stefi at fastwebnet.it>> wrote:
>         On 01/16/2012 09:21 PM, Maps Backward wrote:
>             LSC > USC (and Synaptic. too?) because it's more
>             lightweight. I can get behind that, but I truly think that
>             there should be at least an option to only show
>             Lubuntu-approved apps. If what my friend tells me is true,
>             Bodhi Software Center focuses directly on their approved
>             apps, i.e. the ones consistent with their philosophy. This
>             seems to be relevant to the Lubuntu project as a whole.
>             Technically, there are already Lubuntu-approved apps as is
>             the case with the default applications. There's no reason
>             why the community couldn't make similar decisions about
>             other apps, especially with all the different things that
>             we do. I suggest a flag for each app, e.g.
>             "Lubuntu-approved" and a checkbox or something similar to
>             toggle between searching among apps with this flag only or
>             not.
>             wxl/walter
>         The main difference is that bodhi linux probably has a
>         separated repos + ubuntu repos. lubuntu hasn't its own repo,
>         so we can't do anything but make a list of the approved apps
>         or put a filter for GNOME/KDE related packages (just an ads,
>         something like "This program is integrated with the GNOME/KDE
>         desktop environment, so it could require heavy dependencies"
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