[pkg-fso-maint] new install targets: minimal + games
michele.renda at gmail.com
Mon Feb 23 13:32:47 UTC 2009
On 23/02/2009 02:48, Steffen Moeller wrote:
> please again take it as a basis of discussion ... I don't want to impose anything.
> I had felt that Mokomaze was too good to be left aside and too unknown for newbies to
> think about it for a manual install. So I had felt that install.sh should install it. But
> then, not everyone will like that much.
> Introduced was the target "minimal", which does the same that "all" did before. The new
> "all" now also installs the target "games", which today only installs "mokomaze". If there
> are more suggestions, the typical sudoku comes to mind, then please raise your hands.
> Qtopia has a series of nice games, btw. gtkboard would be nice if it wasn't so much
> Suggestions are welcome.
Hello Steffen... mmm... I have some dubts about it.
I think the sintaller bust to remain as simple as possible.
Also I think that it would be nice to give a ready enviroment to the
user, but install.sh is not the best place where to give it.
My idea is this:
Why we don't prepare some "pills"? I explain. I use the install.sh, and
I have a clean enviroment. Then I can download another script, for example:
And this script, with only apt-get / wget / and may be a diff on
xorg.conf, give us a configure environment to enjoy.
So, we can leave the install.sh environment clean, and everyone can
configure very easly their enviroment.
What do you (all) think? It is a stupid idea?
(Ps. I offer myself voluntary for xfce and lxde pills)
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