Bug#368225: please don't!
Toni Mueller wrote:
> I'd say that making a "LAMP" package that includes a lot of PHP stuff
> and not much else is sort of hijacking a good name for a bad purpose.
> If anything, packages like
> lamp-python ("best" language)
> lamp-perl ("original" definition of LAMP)
> (in order of decreasing preference) should be created, but I'd also
> argue that replacing MySQL with PostgreSQL is a Good Thing (TM) in many
> In any case, I think that also probably libapache-mod-chroot should be
> included and configured in any standard Apache install, and that the
> BTS probably isn't the best place to discuss such policy questions...
What about creating a source called lamp that will create all these little tiny
lamp-* packages (arch: all) that can be updated as you like indipendently from
apache and leave apache on its own?
I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse.