Bug#975524: task-lxqt-desktop: Should depend on nm-tray and blueman
Vivia Nikolaidou <email@example.com> wrote:
> Package: task-lxqt-desktop
> Severity: normal
> X-Debbugs-Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> A default installation of lxqt does not include an applet for network
> management. If the installation was done using a temporary Ethernet connection
> and the user now needs to set up WiFi, which is a common scenario for Debian
> installations, there's no front-end for that. A quick search for semi-novice
> users usually directs them to wicd, which does not exist in testing or sid.
> Similarly, there's no applet for setting up Bluetooth connections.
> Manually installing nm-tray and blueman greatly enhances the usability of
> lxqt, but they should be installed by default.
Installing nm-tray adds 13 packages in summary, 22 MB in size (while the whole
installed lxqt system has 4,4 GB here).
I guess that's worth it.
However, I don't consider adding a bluetooth applet as needed.
People can always install things, if network connection is working ;-)
CC'ing lxqt people via email@example.com.
I will add nm-tray to task-lxqt-desktop, if noone objects...
Holger Wansing <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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