Re: [proposal] Simplified junior tags & debtags-based replacement for metapackages
|--==> Benjamin Mesing writes:
BM> On Tue, 2006-03-28 at 13:16 +0200, Free Ekanayaka wrote:
>>|--==> Jeroen van Wolffelaar writes:
JvW> On Sun, Mar 26, 2006 at 01:42:51PM +0200, Enrico Zini wrote:
>>>>There! Suite is a *great* idea!
JvW> 'suite' is also used in dak to mean 'stable', 'testing', 'unstable' etc.
JvW> Those are 'suites'.
JvW> Not that this means you shouldn't use 'suite', but it is a terminology
>>I thought the same. What about 'task'? It would be consistent with the
>>way Debian has historically handled and named collections of packages
>>(with tasksel). Not a big deal though, I really like how things are
BM> Well, but things like Openoffice, KDE, Gnome, etc. (which are currently
BM> in suite:: ) are no tasks, so this would mean to introduce a new
BM> category - which is not a problem by itself. I think suite is fitting
BM> though - task is somewhat misleading. A CDD is not necessarily related
BM> to a task. For me, task would mean something like use::
Definitely I agree, I also think "suite" suites (:)) more than "task",
but the clash with dak terminology still holds. Maybe explaining in
some document the difference of the two uses of "suite" would be
enough to avoid confusion.