On Thu, 2012-03-15 at 13:51 -0400, Bill Nottingham wrote:
Elad Alfassa (elad(a)fedoraproject.org) said:
> 1) who decided that system-config-date is to be installed by default
> and given the confusing (for new users) system-config-date as a name
> in the menu?
> From IRC:
> <adamw> elad661: it's called 'system-config-date' because it was
> previously called Date and Time. see the problem with that?
> <elad661> yes, I do
> <elad661> but I think we could either remove it (since gnome's control
> panel provides the functionality) or find a better name.
> <elad661> we probably need it for firstboot, so removing the desktop
> file might be a good idea
It's required by both firstboot and anaconda so it gets pulled in.
If desktop team considers the GNOME tool a complete replacement now (I
haven't checked if they're feature-equivalent), it could always have
NotShowIn=GNOME added to its .desktop file.
> 2) why is "remote desktop viewer" installed by
default? I thought
> gnome boxes provides this functionality now.
No one has done the update to comps to pull boxes in appropriately yet.
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