Hi! On 15 February 2015 at 11:52, luroh <lurohh@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > I see, that's certainly one way to categorize things. How about > instead de-categorizing every lib and _devel package and just keep > development related *applications* in 'Development'? I'd leave the _devel packages in the same category as the main package, because they are then more easily found when you already located the main package. People not interested in _devels have the menu "Show development packages" disabled anyway. WRT libraries, I'm not sure. They do blow up the Development category quite a bit... It didn't occur to me that some packages just don't get categorized. But I see the sense now for libraries. Filtering for "Development" a user might only want to see what development related apps are available. If he needs a specific libarary, he'll search for it specifically. On 16 February 2015 at 09:35, Andrew Lindesay <apl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > * 'Education' and 'Science and Mathematics' -> 'Science and Education' > * 'Business' merges into 'Productivity' Maybe 'Business and Productivity'. Doing accounting or, yuck, taxes isn't very productive... Regards, Humdinger -- Did you know: If half the Haiku supporters at http://www.goodsearch.com made 10 searches a day, we could have two fulltime devs.