Gabriel you are a brave man to take this
on, lxqt seems like a big hot mess right now.
Browser = I suppose Falkon
In general = seems like the lxqt one
should have less like maybe no office suite.
Also In the past our lxqt desktop
required networkmanager-applet which is a gnome software. I
always thought that was odd like lxqt devs either never finished
developing their desktop or they forgot the qt in the name. So
if there is a way to have NM available to connect wifi without
any gnome software that would be good, if that is even possible.
(And of course I’m assuming this is done by lxqt devs not OM
devs so I may be incorrect?)
Next question is why we have a mix of
versions? Some are .13 and some are .14 that seems odd.
Developers may have a better or different
idea on this next point. To have much of any kind of useful
desktop it takes basically all the lxqt packages, I think out of
17 total lxqt packages (excluding libs which should install as
dependency) it will need 13-15 of them by default. Or possibly
all except lxqt-panel-devel and lxqt-build-tools.
lxqt-powermanagement seemed useless in the past.