arraybolt3Eickmeyer: Install worked!00:20
arraybolt3Interestingly, there's a "Send system info to Canonical" entry that only existed in Ubuntu Desktop before.00:20
arraybolt3I'm wondering if that belongs in Edubuntu or not.00:20
EickmeyerWell, considering that's part of Ubuntu Desktop and Edubuntu builds on Ubuntu Desktop Minimal, there's no way to remove that nor do I want to.00:21
EickmeyerRemember, NOT A SEPARATE DISTRIBUTION.00:21
EickmeyerI don't know how much I have to hammer that in.00:21
arraybolt3Eickmeyer: It's not that it's a "separate distribution", it's that no other Ubuntu flavor does that.00:22
arraybolt3If you don't care to remove that, no problem. It's just unique, that's all.00:22
EickmeyerCool. Edubuntu is the only flavor that uses GNOME other than Ubuntu Desktop itself. 00:22
arraybolt3Currently playing with some of the apps. I love that Stellarium is included.00:23
arraybolt3Eickmeyer: I have noticed a couple of bugs, not sure where you want reports on that yet (should I just flood LP with them?). Klavaro's About dialog has no close button either in the menu bar or elsewhere making it somewhat tricky to close (you have to right-click it and then there's a Close button in there), and trying to open the help for GNOME Notes tries to find it in KHelpCenter.00:30
EickmeyerYeah, Stellarium is what pushes it over the 6GB. It was between that or Kstars, but we decided on Stellarium since it's what Seattle's Pacific Science Center uses in its planetarium.00:30
arraybolt3I don't know if the former bug is anything that can be helped, but the latter seems like it might be an Edubuntu problem due to the use of GNOME and KDE together.00:31
Eickmeyerarraybolt3: Hard to say. Let me see what it looks like in Studio. KDE's stance is that it doesn't matter the DE, though.00:32
Eickmeyerarraybolt3: Did you try resizing the window to find the close button?00:33
Eickmeyer(for klavaro)00:33
arraybolt3Not yet, will try in a bit.00:33
arraybolt3The About dialog is non-resizable.00:33
Eickmeyerklavaro's not a KDE app.00:33
EickmeyerIn fact, it's GTK.00:34
EickmeyerLet this be a lesson: don't let the K fool you.00:34
arraybolt3I know, I meant the KHelpCenter conflict when I mentioned KDE.00:34
arraybolt3Klavaro is obviously GNOME due to the style of the About window.00:34
EickmeyerNo, that's just weird.00:34
EickmeyerTells me there's an alternatives configuration issue.00:35
arraybolt3A GNOME app probably shouldn't send KDE to look for the docs :P00:35
arraybolt3But anyway, looks like we understand each other.00:35
arraybolt3Anyway, so far looks like things are working pretty good!00:39
EickmeyerBTW, package name for GNOME Notes is bijiben.00:45
arraybolt3That isn't confusing at all :P01:00
EickmeyerIt was its codename. GNOME Web used to be ephiphany, GNOME Files used to be Nautilus... the list goes on.01:28
EickmeyerBTW, in Files, the help also attempts to open in KHelpCenter.01:28
Eickmeyerarraybolt3: afaict, I don't actually need khelpcenter, so I'm trying to figure out what pulls it in.01:33
Eickmeyerarraybolt3: It's ktuberling pulling it in, and there's a ton of suggests on it, so removing ktuberling with an autoremove doesn't do it, it has to be manually removed. Removing it from the seed should help, but I don't know if it will work unless the seed gets rebuilt.02:13
EickmeyerEither way, probably not a big deal as I just needed the seed to work for the sake of making the testcases.02:13
EickmeyerGot the OK from amypenguin. It was her least favorite app for that age group.02:15
EickmeyerHonestly, I don't know why khelpcenter is even a recommends for that app. It's not technically needed in any way.02:32
arraybolt3Eickmeyer: Then why not just demote it? It's not like you don't have the power or experience to do so.03:18
EickmeyerI probably will, but Rik just uploaded a new version which is depwait on something.03:19
EickmeyerEither way, ktuberling (Potato Guy) actually creeped amypenguin out anyhow. XD03:20
arraybolt3Heh, I alwayss thought it looked kinda weird and have never opened it.03:21
EickmeyerYeah, don't bother.03:23

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