@karasu I am a noob so how do you think a noob feels when they go to uninstall an app, in my case clementine and I find it uninstalls the whole kde desktop. if you are worried about noobs not knowing about package names how are we meant to know what packages to reinstall after trying to remove clementine? it is not very smart to assume that because a new user doesn’t understand package names they will not want to uninstall some apps i.e a music app to try another. myself I’ve been googling and I may have found a solution in kde-neon, from what I read they do not have a music app and users are more free to uninstall / install packages and apps without having to reinstall the whole kde desktop. thank you and all the devs for your awesome work, time, skill and effort. but as a noob having to reinstall the kde desktop just so I can have vlc as my player as I personally did not like clementine (I do see how many would like it though) seems counter intuitive to me. I also do not see how a noob is meant to know what to install from a base install to get a kde desktop without
QT V4L2 test utility (what do I need this for?)
hp device manager ( I own a brother printer )
these are the apps I do not know why they are there and clementine is the only app I really want gone
also kde-neon has none of these apps / packages. So why does antergos?
I’ll put my vote in to maybe look at how the devs (who do a great job) put together the setup packages. for me as I am new to Arch and antergos it is a pain to basically go through an install then have to reinstall half the packages all because I have no need or want for some apps. ie… Clementine, kopete (whatever that does?), Sweeper, hp device manager, V4L2 Test Utility (again why do I need it / what do I use it for?), Knetattach.
and I would like to know why I need all the qt4 development apps like designer etc? what are they for? why are they there?
may I please ask if maybe antergos-kde-setup doesn’t uninstall half the kde desktop for trivial apps like Clementine etc. ones in which a persons own taste dictate what they want to use.