> They should never be on the gnustep desktop task, as they are not 
> consistent
> with the user interface. And instead of causing inconsistency in the 
> interface
> by including them, I think it's better, to just not have them, at the 
> moment.

This sounds ok.

> Were you testing with wmaker menu system? If no firefox, gimp, 
> openoffice
> is installed, there should absolutely be no menu entry for it. Where 
> does it
> come from?
I've built it using:
 sudo lwr -t "live-task-base live-task-localisation gnustep gnustep-games 
gnustep-examples gnustep-devel avahi-daemon libnss-mdns eject alsa-utils xorg 
xserver-xorg-video-all xserver-xorg-input-all desktop-base xdg-utils"

...which are the packages you included in the patch + the packages task-desktop 
depends on and recommends. One of these will be installing the menu entries.


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