Re: emacs split up
On Thursday 28 April 2005 10:55, josh wrote:
> Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
> > If I read it correctly, the order is sorted using inst, no-file, vote
> > in that priority. So the installation count is more important than
> > usage count when the packages are sorted.
> This might not be the most logical ordering to use for deciding which cd
> to put software on. People will miss packages that they actually use,
> while many packages often get installed that are never used, especially
> when the user just chooses some package group like 'standard
> workstation', or whatever. This kind of relativizes the whole pop-con
> statistics, doesn't it? Usage statistics seem much more relevant to me.
Since debian-cd is mostly concerned with installing packages, it does make
sense to put most-often-installed packages on the first CD, doesn't it?
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