[arch-general] netctl provides wifi-menu which is unusable
enwukaer at gmail.com
Thu Feb 27 12:10:39 EST 2014
Guys, the goal of this "slanted ranting" (really?) is to propose a good
solution and make Arch better. Please think out of the box and answer
Would a separate netctl-wifi-menu package that depends on dialog,
wpa_supplicant and dhcpcd be better or not - and why?
My answer is yes: it will make wifi-menu usable to anyone who wants to
use wifi-menu and installs the package.
I am really opposed to answers like "No, because that's why the
maintainer wanted this package to look like". Any good idea can be
denied with this type of argumentation.
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