Quoting Joey Hess (email@example.com): > I know that a lot of kde users use amorak. However, juk is still, AFAIK, > the standard KDE music player, and is already included via > kdemultimedia. > Do we really want to bloat the kde task with alternate programs that > some users prefer? s/amorak/amarok..:-) #401861 already suggests adding a few apps such as k3b, amarok, etc. to kde-extras as "Depends". kde-extras currently Recommends a bunch of packages: abakus, amarok, apollon, arson, basket, codeine, creox, digikam, gtk-qt-engine, guarddog, guidedog, gwenview, hotswap-gui, k3b, kaffeine, karamba, kasablanca, kbarcode, kbfx, kboincspy, kbiff, kcpuload, kde-guidance, kdiff3, kdirstat, keep, kerry, keybled, kflog, kfocus, kftpgrabber, kid3, kile, klibido, klog, klogic, kmplayer, kmymoney2, knapster2, knemo, knetfilter, knetload, knights, knmap, knutclient, koffice, komba2, komparator, kompose, konversation, kover, kphone, kphotoalbum, kpowersave, kpsk, krecipes, krecord, krusader, kscope, ksensors, ksimus, ksplash-engine-moodin, ksudoku, ksystemlog, ktechlab, ktorrent, kvdr, kvirc, kvpnc, kwave, kwavecontrol, kwlan, kxmleditor, noteedit, regina-normal, rekall, rosegarden4, rsibreak, showimg, smb4k, strigi-applet, synce-kde, taskjuggler, tellico, tora, wlassistant, wordtrans-kde, yakuake If tasksel adds kde-extras *and* now uses --with-recommends, the KDE task will grow significantly. However, this would somewhat answer the need mentioned in #415634. In any case, I don't really see a need to specifically add amarok to the KDE task anyway. Either we add kde-extras and then choose to bloat the KDE task...or we do nothing.
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