Quoting Manoj Srivastava (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Package: rootskel-gtk > Version: 1.16 > Severity: serious > User: email@example.com > Usertags: file-in-usr-local > > Justification: The package installs a file in /usr/local/... which is not allowed. > > The package should not be looking into /usr/loca/etc, anyway. The site admin > already has a location to add site specific configuration: /etc. > > Refer to Debian Policy Manual section 9.1.2 (Site-specific programs) for details. I haven't looked closely to the reasons that make this package provide files in this place, but you're of course aware that rootskel-gtk is a udeb-only package? It creates a link from /usr/local/etc to /etc and that's about all. From the changelog entries, there were many such symlinks in the past and they got progressively removed while other udebs such as libgtk+2.0-directfb0 were no longer needing them. Maybe that symlink is no longer needed as well? Frans might tell. Still, I don't think this deserves an RC bug given the udebness of the package.
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