Dropping Gimp from the live cd
M Yakub Mizan
123mizan at gmail.com
Fri Aug 7 00:15:05 UTC 2009
thats right! Live spin should not more than cd size. Most ppl in my
country do not have enough bandwidth to download a dvd. Thats equall
true for most developing countres? **So, dont make it hard for us to
get fedora** thoug we can collect the dvd from local vendor but its
month after a release!!
Do u expect at 17KB/s i will be able to download a dvd??
On 8/6/09, Toshio Kuratomi <a.badger at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 08/06/2009 09:27 AM, Bill Nottingham wrote:
>> Toshio Kuratomi (a.badger at gmail.com) said:
>>> But I think this line of discussion isn't as productive as discussion
>>> about splitting the two targets of the current desktop spin and what the
>>> requirements might be for having a successful demo-spin. Is openoffice
>>> a requirement for that audience?
>> Well, I think this thread has conflated a few issues by now:
>> - should the desktop spin be limited to a single CD in size?
>> - should the desktop spin have best of breed apps for any demo-able
>> use cases?
>> - should we highlight these on fp.o, instead of doing a spin?
>> There's probably some others that I've missed. But until we
>> answer the first, we can't really logically work on the second,
>> I think.
> The answer to the first is another set of questions:
> - Do we still have areas of the world where a livecd will work in a
> computer but either burning or booting from livedvds or liveusb is
> - Do we still want the desktop spin to be the default download option on
> As long as those two hold true, the desktop spin must be limited to a
> single CD in size. Note that the first of those questions needs to be
> addressed to a wider audience than the desktop team but the second is
> within the desktop team's control.
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