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Re: Blends integration into the Debian Installer

On Tue, May 24, 2016 at 01:25:39PM +0200, Ole Streicher wrote:
> >> For Debian-Astro, I can (unsurprisingly) state that having one checkbox
> >> only is a compromise that works. What about the others?
> >
> > For Debian Med it would be a big enhancement over not beeing mentioned
> > in the installer at all. 
> That is probably the main driver here. Please note that this is now
> "opt-in" as changed to resolve #825004.

I realised this and just pushed the relevant change.
> I will open wishlist bug reports for all blends mentioned in the web
> page to clarify if and what they want to have in a default
> installation.

I think

$ git diff HEAD^
diff --git a/tasks/bio b/tasks/bio
index fb086e9..9c7c6fe 100644
--- a/tasks/bio
+++ b/tasks/bio
@@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
 Task: Biology
+Install: true
 Description: Debian Med bioinformatics packages
  This metapackage will install Debian packages for use in molecular biology,
  structural biology and other biological sciences.
diff --git a/tasks/bio-dev b/tasks/bio-dev
index 6d88786..dab743e 100644
--- a/tasks/bio-dev
+++ b/tasks/bio-dev
@@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
 Task: Biology Development
+Install: true
 Description: Debian Med packages for development of bioinformatics applications
  This metapackage will install Debian packages which might be helpful
  for development of applications for biological research.
diff --git a/tasks/statistics b/tasks/statistics
index 5bb9d6e..e29ce61 100644
--- a/tasks/statistics
+++ b/tasks/statistics
@@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
 Task: Statistics
+Install: true
 Description: Debian Med statistics
  This metapackage will install packages which are helpful to do statistics
  with a special focus on tasks in medical care.

will close the wishlist bug report against, Debian Med before you have
filed it, right?
> > If we might have only a single selection option for Stretch we might
> > even go with just the Biology part.  So in the end we could cope with
> > a one option compromise to not make things more complicated than they
> > need to be.
> Could you put the "Install: true" tag into the task headers of the
> debian-med package that should go into the default installation, and
> edit the debian-blends-tasks.desc in the blends package to reflect the
> selection you make?

Done.  See above.
Thanks a lot for working on this and even caring that others realise
the change



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