The Raspbian download page seems to have one option more than previous versions. Until now I recall there was only "with Desktop" and "Lite". Now we have
- with desktop and recommended software (1.9 GB zipped, 5.0 GB .img)
- with desktop (1.1 GB zipped, 3.3 GB .img)
- Lite (350 MB zipped)
The description on the site is ambiguous, i.e.
Raspbian comes pre-installed with plenty of software for education, programming and general use. It has Python, Scratch, Sonic Pi, Java and more.
Obviously this was never true for the Lite version, which could not run Scratch due to the missing window system. With the new options, the question is whether Scratch is recommended software or not.
The Raspbian with Desktop image contained in the ZIP archive is over 4GB in size [...]
There is no longer "the" image. Now we have two different images which contain desktop.
If I download the "small" desktop image, which packages would I need to install in order to make it the "full" desktop image with recommended software?