On Wednesday 2018-05-30 09:07, Scott Bahling wrote:
On Tue, 2018-05-29 at 13:17 +0200, Jan Engelhardt wrote:
On Tuesday 2018-05-29 12:45, Tomas Chvatal wrote:
But there are only 2 ways to use it, 1) yast view based on groups [...] In general it does not really make sense to install packages based on groups.
It was not so much about installation, but exploration in related software. (To me, anyway.)[...] With the high group memberships numbers today (Languages/Haskell alone for example is 2000+ pkgs) - not to mention the terrible package descriptions that usually go along with it - the yast group view certainly feels more like a telephone book than a curated guide.
Ah yeah, you remind me that I wanted to discuss with the Haskell team if we can make the rpm Group tags better somehow.
I looked at the Package Hub page you pointed to, and was surprised to notice myself finding that I would totally want to retain RPM groups for games, while *anything* from development is totally explore-un-worthy to me.
I recognize it's all about "getting something done" vs "getting entertained". Desktop themes would be another thing that falls in the second one and therefore benefits from grouping like games.
Maybe this insight helps in finding where to go :)