Description of problem:
After reading the buglist for distribution, i noticed an attempt to
include synaptic, which was... Mostly downed with a shotgun.
And that is understandable - synaptic has apt as its dependendancie.
But what about gyum/Cobind Software manager/yumi? It uses yum, and is
a good gui to yum. Why there should be a gui to yum? Because yum is
*the* way to update a fedora core system (yes i am disregarding
up2date, which is mostly nice to tell you that is is a good idea to
launch gyum), and it is then quite idiotic (methinks) that that have
to be terminal-only. And a gui is also very nice when exploring "what
is new to the market".
This probably won't be added, as work is being done on PUP.