I suggest adding the following applications with
>extra tag to the gnome edition:
Reasoning: they look good, integrate with gnome shell very well and seem to be generally very good applications. Also, they seem to be relatively light compared with many alternatives and don't increase the iso size all that much. Gnome-calendar is the best desktop calendar application I've found thusfar, and geary feels a lot faster than thunderbird or evolution does. When I installed, I did not even have to set up my accounts, because they were automatically picked up from gnome-online-accounts. And when I delete emails from geary, they are also deleted from the gmail server, unlike with basic imap email.