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Re: announcement: lintian 0.2 package released

On 14 Feb 1998, James Troup wrote:

> Christian Schwarz <schwarz@monet.m.isar.de> writes:
> >   Source packages listed:  1032  (-83)
> >   Binary packages listed:  1402  (-95)
> Umm, when did we lose that many source and binary packages?

Oh, we didn't lose anything! The report only lists source/binary packages
(and also maintainers) which have warnings or errors. So this actually
means that less packages had errors this time! (There have been a lot of
uploads in the past day and I've added a lot of overrides...)

BTW, you (James) pointed out in a private mail to me that the lintian
package has priority level `extra'. Do you think the package should get a
higher priority? (Since the package is `only' intresting for Debian
maintainers, I thought that the level would be appropriate. Any other



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