[ubuntu-studio-devel] Missing applications: Audacious & Shotwell
len at ovenwerks.net
Sat Apr 2 16:16:24 UTC 2016
On Sat, 2 Apr 2016, Ross Gammon wrote:
> Prompted by a comment by Len on IRC (about Audacious), I did a quick
> check for obvious packages that might have dropped of our DVD without a
> conscious action.
> When producing the Package QA Tracker, I prioritised the Test Cases
> based on what was in our menu at the time.
> The only one that seems to have dropped off is Audacious:
Probably would have to compare LTS to LTS.
> Is there any reason why I shouldn't add these to to our seeds? I don't
> want to randomly add packages without thinking about it first.
The proper thing to do (too late this cycle) is to create a new meta for
desktop utilities we want to make sure are there no matter which DE gets
used. My list would include:
- a video player (one that video producers want to test with)
- audio player
- gparted (this is on the ISO anyway)
- pavucontrol (KDE's audio control is hard to follow or porvide support with)
This is just my personal list I have found useful as I have installed
Studio's metas on other DEs. It is not nessessarily complete or correct.
There are of course other apps I always install as well like joe, but that
is totally person preference.
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