Bug#40706: Supporting users.
You don't care about the user. It seems that you just like to have your
distribution meeting many TLA standards and being the right distribution for
The objections to this proposal were all to silly, too small.. too (arg! I
can't find a word... too.. picky?).
Is it about the potential couple of hundreds of kbs of prerm scripts that
bothers you...? You seem to care now about optimizing every bit of speed
or space and not technical excelence. Look dpkg and its Packages file... is
it designed for speed? No.. but is robust and easily manageable by common
I use Debian at work, and many of my coworkers do or use the machine I
administer. I know that this will be annoying to them. It will be annoying
to tell them that they no longer will be able to use dhelp or dwww, or to
support them when they don't find /usr/doc/package...
I also know that this is far to be a major issue, but what I cannot stand
here is the inexistance of technical arguments.. or.. the wrong valuation
(?) of the arguments...
Well... the issue is closed.. isn't it?
(Sorry for my lousy (?) English.. he =) ) Bye!