** Description changed:
Several webkit1 reverse-dependencies have been removed from Debian
While I'd like to see them removed from unstable too (or ported away
from webkit1), that will take quite a while longer.
Removed from testing
bibledit-gtk (note that the source package bibledit is ok and it ships the
same package names)
Scheduled for autoremoval on or after August 13
Never in Debian
Mike Gabriel from Debian MATE has begun preparing web-greeter (the renamed
version of lightdm-webkit-greeter)
- Not scheduled for removal in Debian yet but why not?
+ Not scheduled for removal in Debian yet
I think the most difficult one on this list for some people is gnucash.
Fedora 27 (due ~November) is actually bundling webkit1 inside the gnucash
packaging. There will be a beta version of gnucash ported to gtk3 available
later this year. Hard to say whether it's better to offer a beta or just remove
The other hard one is empathy. It has been ported to webkit2 in git, but
nobody at GNOME cares enough or has enough confidence in it to release a
new version from git master. Fedora might handle this one.
monodevelop may be useful to some people but I don't think Mono ever got
around to releasing a stable gtk3 version of Mono.
Arch Linux has already completely removed webkit1.
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