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From: "Matthew Smith" <matts AT bluesguitar DOT org>
To: <cygwin-apps AT cygwin DOT com>
References: <20020322211017 DOT GA28702 AT redhat DOT com>
Subject: Re: Keeping base, adding standard.
Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2002 15:13:10 -0600
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Sounds good to me.

-Matt Smith

> Now that we have clickable categories, I think we should consider not
> making "Base" the default installation, defaulting to something like
> "Standard" instead.
> Standard would include things like:
> base +
> bzip2
> bash
> clear
> tcsh
> less
> vim
> telnet
> ssh
> cygrunsrv
> mutt
> perl?
> python?
> shutdown?
> ssmtp
> unzip
> zip
> The rationale is that people can still select a minimal install with
> base but still choose a usable setup with Standard.
> How does this sound?
> cgf

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