Description of problem:
Rhythmbox upstream includes the plugin "status-icon". It allows rhythmbox to minimize itself to the system tray. While there is no system tray in Gnome3, there are system trays in KDE and XFCE and they plugin will work with them.
The Fedora rhythmbox package does not include this plugin.
I request that the status-icon plugin be included in the Fedora package.
I strongly agree with this request.
I get that Gnome 3 is moving away from that but I'd like to see it still supported for those of us that don't use it.
I do not need the player's window on my desktop during playback.
Unfortunately the status-icon plugin seems to have been dropped from upstream rhythmbox current git even though it is still there in the the latest "stable" snapshot.
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