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Re: Documentation Policy

On Tue, 24 Jun 1997, Philip Hands wrote:
> Even if we are, I'm sure it would be easier if every package `foo' had
> one or more associated `foo-doc' packages.

From: Christian Schwarz <schwarz@monet.m.isar.de>
> We are currently planning such a thing for our own manuals. The
> discussion was on debian-doc a while ago.

Can't you find another way to do this? It's simple enough to extract
the documentation from a package without splitting up the packages.
If packages start being uploaded with their fundamental documentation
in other packages, and no dependency on those packages, I'm going to have
to insist that the maintainers withdraw those packages.


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