Re: Proposal: switch default desktop to xfce
> > Why should I have installed packages I'm not using and I don't want to
> > use? I know it's rhetorical question but not all systems are having
> > enough disk space besides I don't like have packages I'm not using on
> > my systems. So it's not a solution to anything just kind a nasty
> > workaround.
> But you would be using it, if you've got it installed as a GNOME
> dependency and you are using GNOME. It does more than one thing:
> it's an init, and it does other bits, and the other bits are what
> GNOME needs. It's not a superfluous dependency.
I have Gnucash installed and it depends on udisks, trust me I have
absolutely no need for udisks or polkit, so don't be so sure (I am not
saying that I am sure that he is not).
'Write programs that do one thing and do it well. Write programs to work
together. Write programs to handle text streams, because that is a
In Other Words - Don't design like polkit or systemd