Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 247958
Tracked, Gnash, Liferea
Last modified: 2013-01-09 20:40:20 EST
Description of problem:
Fedora is shipping a cow - Beagle. Slow application.
Beagle could be replaced with compatible and better Tracker.
Next: Fedora could ship Gnash (GNU Flash Player) - maybe problematic, but there
is always way to remove package ;) .
And last: Fedora could ship Liferea new reader with Fedora's RSS'.
Fedora is shipiing Beagle and not shipping Gnash and Liferea.
Tracker - faster alternative to Beagle, Gnash and Liferea in main distribution.
$ sudo yum resolvedep tracker gnash liferea
These packages are already in Fedora.
I'm not thinking about packages *in repo* but in *F8 cd*...
That's a different question, and really those packages would either need to be
promoted to defaults within their groups, or we add them to the "manifest" that
determines what is on the DVD image. liferea somewhat makes sense to be a
default in one of the groups, not so sure about tracker or gnash. Those maybe
belong on the manifest.
I'm putting tracker/gnash and liferea in the manifest.