[Pkg-libburnia-devel] libburn (1.0.6.pl00-2)
danchev at spnet.net
Mon Jun 13 20:33:55 UTC 2011
On Monday, June 13, 2011 10:59:23 PM Thomas Schmitt wrote:
> > It seems to me that cdrskin is far more known than xorriso is
> > http://qa.debian.org/popcon.php?package=libburn
> The numbers tell that the main usage of libburn is via other apps.
> I assume its Brasero and/or xfburn.
> For the sake of popularity one would clearly have to offer
> a GUI program that makes use of xorriso's capabilities.
Few months ago I sent some feedback to the author of:
He seemed ou of time, but definitely willing to develop flburn.
> > http://qa.debian.org/popcon.php?package=libisoburn
> I wonder how come that people installed substantially more libisoburn
> than xorriso in 2009. Since then both numbers seem to grow in sync.
The most viable hypothesis could be like: a small number of users install
xorriso to wet their appetite (apt-get install xorriso), which of course drags
libisoburn1 (without -dev, -doc, -dbg packages), then they remove xorriso for
whatever reasons (since they don't need it on a server or whatever unrelated
box), but after the xorriso removal, they didn't consult 'apt-get autoremove'
yet to see whether there are any packages to be removed, which have not been
manually requested (like libisoburn1 in that case, they just did apt-get
install xorriso). Nothing else drags libisoburn1 yet, but xorriso.
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