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Re: Sub-categorizing the /usr/doc directory.

On Jun 29, Joey Hess wrote
> Karl M. Hegbloom:
> >  I think it would be good to divide the "/usr/doc" directory into sub
> > directories.  It should be divided in the same as the Debian ftp site,
> > and packages should put their documentation into the same slot as the
> > one they got ftp'd from.
> > 
> >  The directory is very large when you have a lot of packages
> > installed, and it takes a lot of processing to open it with a file
> > manager, web browser, or dired.
> I completly agree. I have 434 items in /usr/doc, and that's too many.
> Splitting it up by package section is a very good idea.

second. a directory has to many items in it, if they don't fit on a
80x25 screen with ls. and /usr/doc has far too many items. 

should we change this for 2.0 or 2.1 ?

regards, andreas

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