Re: I'd like to coordinate a major update of stable
>>"Joey" == Joey Hess <email@example.com> writes:
Joey> You are the one who doesn't understant the problem.
Rather than berate each other about our obtuseness on this
issue in particular, or a lack of acuity in general, I posit that
there are two issues involved:
a) frustration involved in readin the docs in two different locations
The symlink solution addresses this
b) incremental upgrades to unstable packages from unstable, which
makes documentation not be accessable with tools such as dwww,
man, ect. Your stable upgrades solution addresses that.
The stable-upgrades solution has no impact on the former
problem, and the symlinks solution only addresses the latter in a non
I agree that the symlinks solution does not handle 2; and your
stable upgrades solution would be required.
Joey> I am hugely tired of trying to explin this to people, when
Joey> absolutly no one seems to get it. This is a large part of why I
Joey> proposed this in the first place. Since no one understand the
Joey> problem anyway, I doubt we will ever get a correct
Joey> solution. :-(
If no one gets it, possibly the reason is not that every one
is, umm, dumb? The proposal that I put forth before the -policy
group, and before the tech ctte, has to do with the first problem.
Yoiu did bring up the second solution, but never explained
that the domain of the problem was different from the one that the
symlink solution was addressing (adding to the confusion is the fact
that the symlink solution seems to solve the second problem in a
kludgy, suboptimal fashion).
"Do not stop to ask what is it; Let us go and make our visit." Eliot,
"The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock"
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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