On Sun, 22 Dec 2013 11:21:31 +0100
Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> Hi Will :)
On the other hand, Arch does introduce new dependencies all the time.
In general the number of dependencies of any given package seems to
increase, and the gnome stuff seems to be rather viral. It gets
increasingly harder to run a gnome-free graphical system without going
to greater length (modifying and building your own GTK3 without colord,
polkit, at-spi2-atk etc.). This got annoying enough for me to get rid
of gtk3 altogether, but more and more programs are built against it,
which limits my options.
In my opinion Arch has left the minimal and KISS ways by blindly
adopting everything gnome and red hat releases.
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