Now seems there is no other blocking things for full testing migration
(that should happen tomorrow).
I retested a Sid clean install and is ok, now install also
gnome-terminal as default.
There are some other things missed in cinnamon-desktop-environment that
I thing is good to have to improve desktop users experience:
- add/switch language from gui (and install its packages if not already
installed), was removed from cinnamon control center long time ago and
moved to mintlocale, some distro added it but don't seems very good add
it (depends also from mintcommon for policy and packages install).
Ubuntu have language-selector and add language-selector-gnome in
cinnamon-desktop-environment recommends for ubuntu can be a solution but
on debian I not found something similar :( Someone know something other
- software center (for install software simply from gui): gnome-software
seem a good option for add it in cinnamon-desktop-environment
recommends, don't have too many packages as deps/rec., have also
firmware upgrade as rec., optional plugins for snap (in ubuntu as rec.
instead) and flatpak. What do you think?