Fwd: Mono (Re: New Programs for Hardy?)
seb128 at ubuntu.com
Wed Dec 12 21:15:18 UTC 2007
(could you just send the mail to the list and not to the submitter?)
On mer, 2007-12-12 at 15:27 -0500, Martin Owens wrote:
> > Could you list some example of those things that would be nice there?
> Sure thing: Inkscape, Conduit, opensync, Glipper, firefox-adblock,
> rar-free, more languages, obex, gnome parition editor, audacity,
> gnomebaker, vim (real vim), PGP keys manager, open office draw, any
> kind of irc program, keep backup 2, graphics tablet integrations, any
> kind of webcam management software, cheese, devede, atlantik-gtk,
> compiz manager, start up manager, Storage Manager, schedual, Dohickey.
> I'm sure some of these things will sneak in, but it's not helpful for
> developers to have developed this odd, almost religious fascination
> with including every development library, of every bloated framework
> out there.
Did you try to get those added to Ubuntu? Do you think that they are not
shipped on the CD only because it's lacking space? Everything you list
doesn't seem obvious lack, not having an another IRC client than pidgin
is a choice for example. Could you argue with a rational on why you
think those should be added? Maybe there is a way to add some of those
without having to remove cool applications already installed there
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