I'll reject every nodejs-* package except the nodejs itself.
1. those nodejs-* packages serve one purpose: to get npm in Factory, and:
2. npm is now provided by a sub-package `nodejs-npm` from nodejs main package.
3. updates for npm often involve lots of new dependencies. It's hard to get those new packages into 42 in the future (even if now they co-exist and serve their purpose well).
4. nodejs dependencies often invole lots of packages, users will not install those ndoejs-* one by one. they just use npm to install the dependencies to their user directory. Basically they just need a npm.