Rick Salevsky composed on 2015-04-10 13:14 (UTC+0200):
On Fri, 2015-04-10 at 12:19 +0200, Johannes Meixner
> On Apr 10 11:27 Rick Salevsky wrote (excerpt):
>>> Johannes Meixner wrote:
> >>> what is the reason that release-notes-openSUSE requires
> >>> google-opensans-fonts and dejavu-fonts?
> > ... the HTML version needs the font.
> > BTW, all openSUSE documentations needs this font.
> > So removing it is a bad Idea. ;)
> What exactly does "needs the font" mean?
> Why exactly is removing it a bad idea?
> Would the HTML version and all other openSUSE
> not work without that specific fonts or would it only
> no longer look nice (but still be readable)
> without that specific fonts?
When I remember correctly then the page is complete
broken. But I'am not
100% sure. So I will test it to see whats happen. Maybe we can also
adapt the docbook-style to resolve this.
> In general RPM requirements should be only used
> essential stuff i.e. for what is mandatory to make it work.
> For anything else RPM recommends should be used.
> RPM Requires are hard dependencies that cannot be
> end-users (without having unresolved dependencies in their systems)
> and release-notes-openSUSE is installed on any system so that all
> RPM Requires in release-notes-openSUSE result that all those hard
> dependencies must be installed on any system in any case.
> If I remember correctly the openSUSE build service
> all RPM Requires to set up the build system of a package
> so that all RPM Requires in a package result that all those
> hard dependencies must be installed in our build systems for
> any other package that directly or indirectly BuildRequires
> the package.
> In short:
> Keep RPM Requires as small as possible - i.e. only what is really
> mandatory to make it work - and specify all what is optional
> (i.e. what is not really mandatory) as RPM Recommends.
Good point, when it work without the font then I will
adapt the spec
@Felix: Can you open a bug report for tracking this
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