I think this is not much of a problem provided the user uses "sudo" instead 
"su".
Just try 
$ sudo ls ~

You will see that it is outputs the folders of your directory and not root's
When you use sudo you just get superuser privileges and your environment 
variable are not changed.

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https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/769948

Title:
  Add support for yum

Status in Zeitgeist Data-Providers:
  New

Bug description:
  I'm not sure if adding this to Zeitgeist makes sense, but sometimes I would 
like to see what package (and when) I've installed without opening PackageKit 
and browsing logs.
  If Zeitgeist Data-Providers team also would like this in Zeitgeist, I'm 
willing to write a plugin.

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