Wed, 18 May 2005 16:23:12 +0200
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* Simon Huggins <email@example.com> [050518 15:52]:
> > But it's wrong, considering that it is perfectly reasonable to run
> > both GNUstep and Xfce on the same machine. Isn't it?=20
> People use GNUstep?!?! ;)
Yes, they do. And do you know what? Some computers are used by more
than one person, with DIFFERENT software.
> xfce4-terminal is an extra for xfce4. It's not part of the core, we
> won't make xfce4 depend on it (though we might Suggest it) so I don't
> really see the problem.
The Problem is, that there might be people out there, who want to
install BOTH, xfce4-terminal AND the gnustep terminal.
> I think we should conflict and use Terminal (as well as xfce4-terminal
> if you like).
Again, please explain me, why you need to conflict with that package,
when it is perfectly possible to have both packages installed, and even
run both terminals at the same time?
And please tell me, if the Social Contract contains the words "Our
Priorities are Our Users and Free Software" or "Our Priorities are Our
Users and Upstream authors of our Software".
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