Hi all. I'm developer of lokalize (kdesdk) and I've just been given access to 
pkg-kde repository.

Lokalize massively extends its functionality via python scripts.
And although it is still usable for some use cases w/o additional dependencies
(gettext, python-kde4, translate-toolkit, python-lxml, python-dbus, subversion)
which take quite a bit of disk space (over 30 MB),
a newbie would be confused by missing features if they weren't installed.

So my idea is to rename current lokalize package as it is to lokalize-core,
and add a metapackage that would hard-depend on lokalize-core and all its 
additional dependencies.
So that an experienced user still will have the choice of installing only stuff 
he wants.

Am I allowed to do this in trunk (i.e. targeting for KDE 4.3)
Is this the right way to do? Maybe adding a comment about recommended packages 
to package description is enough?

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