Re: ITP: debwrap
At Sat, 01 Jan 2000 05:56:29 +0900,
Noka/Omoikane <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> And who has the right to decide/judge debwrap's hacks ugly?
At least, debwrap's way is not a good solution in the future scope.
A configuration interface such as debconf is more beautiful than
the way to check stdin.
> Give debwrap's ITPer a chance of a freedom to hack and to
ITP means 'Intent to pacakge', not 'Intent to upload'.
Why has debwrap aleady been duploaded into Incoming?
> 1. debwrap may give some help to a lot of system admins who
> install and take care of a lot of machines at once.
Can debwrap do the following?
* If there is no configuration database about a question,
then ask it from a user and store the answer in
post/pre-installation time. I mean something like answer generator.
If it can, debwrap may be quite useful **now** for an administrator
of many machines by making any kind of sets of answers like
Masato Taruishi <email@example.com> | University of Electro Communications
<firstname.lastname@example.org> | Department of Computer Science
<email@example.com> | Senior
http://airs.net/~taru/ | Chofu city Tokyo, JAPAN
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