On Monday 26 November 2007, Christian Perrier wrote: > Description: Minimal (non-graphical) core operating environment > This is the subset of Debian, installed by default, which can be added > upon to provide a more featureful and tailored operating system. Problem is that it is not really "minimal core". You can get quite a bit more minimal and core than having standard packages installed. I'd prefer to go back to using "standard": Description: Standard (non-graphical) basic operating environment Should "subset of Debian" maybe be "subset of Debian packages" or "subset of the Debian distribution"? Not sure if "added upon" is really correct in this context. I'd probably use "extended" instead.
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