Re: RFS: gnome-icon-theme-faenza
Le samedi 19 mars 2011 à 11:42:46 (+0100 CET), Adam Borowski a écrit :
> On Sat, Mar 19, 2011 at 08:30:08AM +0100, Julien Valroff wrote:
> > I also wonder whether it wouldn't be better to split the various themes in 3
> > different packages given the size of the unique package (13M).
> For most other packages, it would be a good idea.
> For eye-candy for Gnome, we're talking about a 13M addition to
> multi-gigabyte system (minimal Gnome can be less, but if you have to
> trim, you'd install a lighter environment).
I use GNOME but still try and not waste my disk space for things I do not
The average icon theme for GNOME has an uncompressed size of +/- 10M while
these faenza themes are more than 60M.
% aptitude show "~n gnome-icon-theme" | grep -e "^Package" -e "^Uncompressed Size"
Uncompressed Size: 2089 k
Uncompressed Size: 3498 k
Uncompressed Size: 1053 k
Uncompressed Size: 9298 k
Uncompressed Size: 561 k
Uncompressed Size: 10.4 M
Uncompressed Size: 10.9 M
Uncompressed Size: 16.7 M
Uncompressed Size: 14.2 M
Uncompressed Size: 63.6 M
> Thus, I'd say splitting would just cause confusion for users who would have
> to make a decision what to happen at apt level. A choice at the preferences
> dialog level gets a hint (the directory icon) and is instantly visible, at
> apt you have just a name.
A meta package could help these users, eg. gnome-icon-themes-faenza while
each theme has its own package (gnome-icon-theme-faenza,
Of course, each package (short & long) description should make it clear to
users what is contained in each package.
That is however just a proposal, I do understand your point of view as well.
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