Bug#307346: Some images packaged with apache-common not in apache2-common
That's a perfectly valid response. If a stock apache doesn't
refer to the content, then there isn't a strong reason to make sure
they are available.
Thanks for the update.
On Sun, Nov 12, 2006 at 02:42:11PM +0100, Thijs Kinkhorst wrote:
> > There are a number of Debian and Linux banners that the
> > apache-common package provides that were overlooked by the apache2-common
> > package. I don't really know if they should be provided by this package,
> > but thought it might have been an oversight.
> Thanks for your report. I indeed do think that these images do not
> belong in the Apache package; it seems to be a rather arbitrary place to
> package such stuff. Also notice that Apache doesn't provide a default
> web page anymore that includes any such logo's.
> I propose to close this bug.