Bug#552584: file-in-usr-local /usr/local/etc
No longer really relevant, but just for completeness.
On Wednesday 28 October 2009, Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> I don't think so. A udeb can usually ignore bits about policy
> that talk about packaging details. However, when it comes to stuff on
> the disk that is going to outlast the installation, this is another
> matter altogether: Nothing in Debian should be in violation of the FHS,
> whether it is a regular package, or t is a part of the install.
That's just it: the symlink exists *only* in the D-I environment and has no
influence at all on the installed system. It only exists in RAM while the
installation is running. It is not part of the install.