On Monday 05 June 2006 15:58, Luis Medinas wrote: > On Mon, 2006-06-05 at 21:22 +0200, Wernfried Haas wrote: > > On Mon, Jun 05, 2006 at 07:03:57PM +0200, Stefan Schweizer wrote: > > > today I would like to propose a few default keywords for removal. They > > > are outdated and no longer needed on current systems: > > > > What do you want to remove, the use flags themselves or just turn them > > off in the profiles? > > > > > -xmms - xmms depends on gtk-1 and has been superseeded by > > > audacious/bmpx > > > > xmms is still in the tree? People (ok, at least me ;-) ) still use it? > > I don't mind if it has to go and there are alternatives, but why would > > you just want to remove its use flag and not the package itself? > > If it needs to go, either dump all of it or nothing. > > Xmms will be removed soon... Lot's of users still use xmms mostly > because it has many plugins that others don't. Xmms is still stable but > the upstream is dead so it won't take our patchset. In the end of this > year i would like to remove xmms and all plugins but before i need to > prepare users for this changes and clean some maintainer-wanted bugs for > plugins.
i think removing xmms is inappropriate at this time or in the near future -mike
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