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On 11.10:

I know how to remove the email & u1 entries using blacklist/remove from /usr/share/blablabla_youknowwhere

but I see no entries or solutions on how to remove only the status entries, as I dont use any IMs, only mail & u1.

I suspect its hardcoded, please let me be wrong. but if it is so, maybe someone enlightened got a diff/patch, although I fear it will lead to dependency hell (compiling wise)

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closed as too localized by Luis Alvarado Mar 14 '13 at 16:17

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It is hardcoded and I don't know of any patch, but I don't see the reason why such a patch would lead to dependency hell, as it would be removing things rather than adding. If you just remove things, you can keep the exact same set of dependencies. – Marcelo Hashimoto Jan 11 '12 at 12:20