Bug#250094: ksim: almost useless description
* Andreas Mohr [Thu, 20 May 2004 21:56:39 +0200]:
> I'd assume that by now everyone knows what KDE is...
> Instead of wasting TWO THIRDS (4 out of 6 lines) on useless information,
> what about actually telling in detail what ksim is??
> A "system information monitor". Yeah, sure, there are thousands of s.i.m.s.
> Now why should that one be special enough for me to actually care enough
> to install it? ;-)
yeah, we now about it, but as we are pretty much lack the time to do
it all ourselves, we encourage users to help us improving the
situation by sending us a proposed description (see ). if each
user submits one, workload is shared.
thanks for considering.
> A template for an actually USEFUL description could be:
> Description: System information monitor for KDE, plugin-based
> KSim is a plugin-based system information monitor.
> It has the following features:
> - xxx
> - yyy
> Some plugins you may find useful: XXX (doing aaa), YYY (doing bbb),
> ZZZ (doing ccc), ...
> This package is part of the official KDE utils module.
> Thanks for correcting this admittedly not too important issue,
> this will contribute to making Debian excellent in every aspect!
> Andreas Mohr
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