In Debian, 'apt-get remove --purge tracker' fixes the problem ;)

2016-09-15 23:22 GMT+02:00 Alvaro Kuolas <kuo...@gmail.com>:

> Hello gnome developers and gnome team!
>
> I am a gnome user since the year 2000 (Version 1.2 days).
>
> I really like the Gnome Shell 3, it's UI and UX.
>
> The only downside I found it is the software that I do not use, but,
> cannot be "opt-out" and be left out of the installation.
>
> Specifically, I do not use and do not want Tracker and Evolution.
>
> Even more, they are very difficult to eliminate and disable. They are
> using memory and resources that are wasted (even more on a portable system).
>
> They should be applications, that can be left out of the desktop, and not
> "core" part of it.
>
> It is possible to separate these parts or they are deeply embedded in the
> system?
>
> Best regards!
>
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