Re: Bug#579167: tasksel: is it really necessary to install gnome-accessibility on each and every system?
Samuel Thibault, le Sun 25 Apr 2010 23:34:05 +0200, a écrit :
> Fabian Greffrath, le Sun 25 Apr 2010 22:57:34 +0200, a écrit :
> > Hi, one of the first things that I do on each freshly installed Debian desktop
> > system is deinstalling the gnome-accessibility packages, i.e. dasher, gok and
> > gnome-orca plus all of their dependencies.
> Why? (this is really a question, not rant) Is space on disk the matter?
> In the discussion it was considered not so heavy, compared to all the
> stuff that the gnome task brings.
BTW, I forgot to mention the link with the localization work, which
falls in the same area: given some company, university, etc. there is
very low probability that all language translations will be useful. Yet
Debian decided to install them all by default and you have to use
localepurge to remove a couple of hundreds of MB of translations on a
It indeed helps people to be able to select their own language in the
desktop when they happen to use somebody else's computer or a computer
in a public place, etc.