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Re: Dock Apps packaging

On Sun, Aug 04, 2002 at 09:36:07PM +0200, Frank Lenaerts wrote:
> (1) developer perspective: having the finest possible granularity is
>     best for maintenance purposes
> (2) user perspective: ease of selecting things: it might indeed be
>     more difficult to select some little apps from a large list, but
>     with things like the task packages, meta packages bundling
>     together things to ease selection, this should not be a problem
>     anymore 
> To conclude, I would choose to have things packaged separately and
> have other packages to group packages that are often used together.

Like a meta package?

Just create "dockapps-net" which depends on all the net-related
packages. Or separated for popularity as dockapp-popular or whatever.


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