Commit e9fff00a authored by Dmitry Shachnev's avatar Dmitry Shachnev

Update the package descriptions.

To no longer mention that GNOME Panel is an essential part of GNOME.
Closes: #895348.
parent 2fbfc9d8
gnome-panel (3.28.0-2) UNRELEASED; urgency=medium
* Update the package descriptions to no longer mention that GNOME Panel
is an essential part of GNOME (closes: #895348).
-- Dmitry Shachnev <mitya57@debian.org> Wed, 11 Apr 2018 14:01:36 +0300
gnome-panel (3.28.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium
* New upstream release.
......
......@@ -57,19 +57,25 @@ Suggests: evolution-common (>= 3.4.3),
nautilus,
yelp
Breaks: libpanel-applet-4-0 (<< 3.14.0)
Description: launcher and docking facility for GNOME
The GNOME Panel is an essential part of the GNOME Desktop, providing
toolbar-like “panels” which can be attached to the sides of your desktop.
They are used to launch applications and embed a number of other
functions, such as quick launch icons, the clock, the notification area,
volume controls and the battery charge indicator, and utilities ranging
from weather forecast to system monitoring.
Description: traditional panel, used in GNOME Flashback
GNOME Flashback continues the traditional desktop interface which was used
in GNOME 2.x, but using the modern GNOME technologies.
.
GNOME Panel is a part of the GNOME Flashback desktop, and provides panels
and default applets for the desktop. A panel is a horizontal or vertical
bar that can be added to each side of the screen. A panel can contain
various applets, such as the menu bar, application launch icons, the clock,
volume controls, displays for the network connectivity, battery level, and
other system monitors.
Package: gnome-panel-data
Architecture: all
Depends: ${misc:Depends}
Recommends: gnome-panel
Description: common files for the GNOME Panel
Description: common files for GNOME Panel
GNOME Flashback continues the traditional desktop interface which was used
in GNOME 2.x, but using the modern GNOME technologies.
.
This package includes some files that are needed by the GNOME Panel
(Pixmaps, .desktop files and internationalization files).
......@@ -78,7 +84,11 @@ Section: libs
Architecture: any
Depends: ${misc:Depends}, ${shlibs:Depends}
Description: library for GNOME Panel applets
This library is used by GNOME Panel applets.
GNOME Flashback continues the traditional desktop interface which was used
in GNOME 2.x, but using the modern GNOME technologies.
.
This package contains the shared library, that is used by GNOME Panel
applets.
Package: libpanel-applet-dev
Section: libdevel
......@@ -89,6 +99,9 @@ Depends: libglib2.0-dev (>= 2.35.0),
${misc:Depends}
Recommends: libpanel-applet-doc
Description: library for GNOME Panel applets - development files
GNOME Flashback continues the traditional desktop interface which was used
in GNOME 2.x, but using the modern GNOME technologies.
.
This package provides the include files and static library for the GNOME
Panel applet library functions.
......@@ -97,5 +110,8 @@ Section: doc
Architecture: all
Depends: ${misc:Depends}
Description: library for GNOME Panel applets - documentation files
GNOME Flashback continues the traditional desktop interface which was used
in GNOME 2.x, but using the modern GNOME technologies.
.
This package provides the documentation files for the GNOME Panel applet
library functions.
......@@ -53,19 +53,25 @@ Suggests: evolution-common (>= 3.4.3),
nautilus,
yelp
Breaks: libpanel-applet-4-0 (<< 3.14.0)
Description: launcher and docking facility for GNOME
The GNOME Panel is an essential part of the GNOME Desktop, providing
toolbar-like “panels” which can be attached to the sides of your desktop.
They are used to launch applications and embed a number of other
functions, such as quick launch icons, the clock, the notification area,
volume controls and the battery charge indicator, and utilities ranging
from weather forecast to system monitoring.
Description: traditional panel, used in GNOME Flashback
GNOME Flashback continues the traditional desktop interface which was used
in GNOME 2.x, but using the modern GNOME technologies.
.
GNOME Panel is a part of the GNOME Flashback desktop, and provides panels
and default applets for the desktop. A panel is a horizontal or vertical
bar that can be added to each side of the screen. A panel can contain
various applets, such as the menu bar, application launch icons, the clock,
volume controls, displays for the network connectivity, battery level, and
other system monitors.
Package: gnome-panel-data
Architecture: all
Depends: ${misc:Depends}
Recommends: gnome-panel
Description: common files for the GNOME Panel
Description: common files for GNOME Panel
GNOME Flashback continues the traditional desktop interface which was used
in GNOME 2.x, but using the modern GNOME technologies.
.
This package includes some files that are needed by the GNOME Panel
(Pixmaps, .desktop files and internationalization files).
......@@ -74,7 +80,11 @@ Section: libs
Architecture: any
Depends: ${misc:Depends}, ${shlibs:Depends}
Description: library for GNOME Panel applets
This library is used by GNOME Panel applets.
GNOME Flashback continues the traditional desktop interface which was used
in GNOME 2.x, but using the modern GNOME technologies.
.
This package contains the shared library, that is used by GNOME Panel
applets.
Package: libpanel-applet-dev
Section: libdevel
......@@ -85,6 +95,9 @@ Depends: libglib2.0-dev (>= 2.35.0),
${misc:Depends}
Recommends: libpanel-applet-doc
Description: library for GNOME Panel applets - development files
GNOME Flashback continues the traditional desktop interface which was used
in GNOME 2.x, but using the modern GNOME technologies.
.
This package provides the include files and static library for the GNOME
Panel applet library functions.
......@@ -93,5 +106,8 @@ Section: doc
Architecture: all
Depends: ${misc:Depends}
Description: library for GNOME Panel applets - documentation files
GNOME Flashback continues the traditional desktop interface which was used
in GNOME 2.x, but using the modern GNOME technologies.
.
This package provides the documentation files for the GNOME Panel applet
library functions.
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