His wish on EnOS .
"I think IceWM would be a neat option to implement, and light enough too, since it’s just one package (although xdg_menu may be a good option to include too, since it seems quite easy to configure).
Im using your new gnome edition, works really well. 99% of the stuff (theming aside) you put in there just fits my taste, thats great! Also really like the distro being based on arch.
Concerning the extensions, personally i wouldnt mind installing them myself, maybe just include chrome-gnome-shell + the firefox extension? manjaro also has this layout tool, idk if its easy to port but it makes the desktop very easily configurable. Planning to keep using this for the next time
For the wayland editions, there was a wayfire edition once on the manjaro forums which i personally liked a lot.
Keep up the (very good) work!
I think these are extensions that should be present on Gnome. Some of them are “important” while others are for “flexibility” (STYLE).
I think we would install a given extension, especially to build a complete Linux distribution, given its:
So, installing pop-shell for example might not be the right choice because it is too early … still as it is in active developpement, it could be added but DISABLED (-) like the majority of the extensions i listed here.
One last thing, I was just wondering, would you consider these packages? @dr460nf1r3
Actually i plan to include those 2 + some more things such as oom killer etc which @librewish included in the isos. As for other included things, id like to keep it slim. Another topic - gnome extensions: as librewish pointed out already, gnome is quite ■■■■ without. Actually I always download them via the gnome extension for firefox, never had real problems doing this.
Just fyi im actually not at home for 1-2 weeks so i dont know when im done with it.