Description of problem:
A minimal installation of F7/devel results in installed libX* packages
altogether with gtk2, because fedora-logos requires redhat-artwork.
Why is there a requirement for redhat-artwork and hicolor-icon-theme.
Why is fedora-logos providing some Bluecurve icons and icons for gnome at all?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install a minimal system (@core) only.
Installation of lots of not wanted packages.
Requirements: fedora-logos -> redhat-artwork -> gtk2-engines -> gtk2 -> libX11, ...
Minimal installation without gtk2, libX*, ..
thats what draconic directory ownership rules do to you...
there will be some changes in redhat-artwork packaging post-f7 that may improve
* Fri Jun 15 2007 Adam Jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org> 6.0.98-4
- Remove the Requires on redhat-artwork and fedora-icon-theme, and just
multi-own the directories. Fixes some hilarious dependency chains.