> It doesn't make sense to install it as part of the GNOME desktop. It > doesn't integrate correctly with the desktop, and doesn't have any key > features epiphany doesn't have. In the end, it's just confusing to have > two browsers installed, just because one of them is "well-known". Actually, it seems that wouldn't hurt to remove firefox from the gnome desktop task by avoiding te gnome-desktop-environment to pull it in, as it is installed by the standalone desktop task, if I'm correct.
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