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bug#39648: Reverse my commits on GNOME meta-package

From: Raghav Gururajan
Subject: bug#39648: Reverse my commits on GNOME meta-package
Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2020 14:09:05 -0500

> Copy-pasted from #guix:
> Whoa there, that's drastic, let's put that on hold.
> The first two only add packages (did they break anything? what?), 
> the third has no effect on packages if your commit message is 
> accurate.
> The fourth is the only one that removes packages, and even that 
> might be better tweaked (this time: with comments noting what each 
> non-core package brings to the GNOME table) than flat-out 
> reverted.
> What do you think?

I made a mistake of not reading comments of previous commits that were
done to gnome meta-package. Since we got lot of feedbacks regarding
gnome experience, I will re-conyemplate my plans for gnome, make the
changes, test it throughly and then re-commit later.

Also, this reverse should be smooth and does not break anything. It
just takes the GNOME meta-package back to the time before I started
making my commits to it.


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