Re: Too much information! (And what to do about it.)
Ian Jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org>, in a magnificent manifestation of deity, wrote:
>In principle this sounds like a good idea. I don't have a strong
>opinion on whether Optional should be included in the `distribution'.
I think that it should be a part of the distribution (on the cd), it
just gives people some demarcation as to when they have a complete
system as opposed to a base system. I have a complete system here (and
a bit more) even though I don't have the ham radio packages installed
since I'm not a ham. (Well...) On the other hand, I do have an hp
palmtop, so I have the lxtools package. Neither set of these constitute
part of a complete system; they are optional. They do make part of a
complete debian distribution though.a
>at the top level, and inside each a `binary' directory and in there a
>If you could make the split under there, by splitting each section
>into two directories, that would work better, I think.
Sounds fine to me.
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