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Re: lintian -- detecting hundrets of bugs within seconds...

Christian Schwarz <schwarz@monet.m.isar.de> writes:

>   1) one person could use lintian to check the whole Debian archive and
> reports bugs, keeps track of these bug reports, etc.

Sounds good.

>   2) each maintainer runs lintian over his/her packages before uploading
> them 

One more thing to do, I don't like that :-)

>   3) dinstall on master runs lintian over all newly uploaded packages and
> rejects packages with severe errors (there will be an override mechanism
> to bypass certain lintian scripts)

Bad.  Adds even more delay into the package upload procedure.  I vote
for #1.


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