Re: Let's CENSOR it! (was: Uploaded anarchism 7.5-1 (source all) to master)
Enrique Zanardi <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > > One step in that direction would be to create some rules for "extra"
> > > sections. Let's take electronic texts as an example for such an "extra"
> > > section:
> > But what's the point? You can already go out and buy a Gutenberg CD.
> > Why do we have to include it in .deb form?
> The same reason we include everything else, that any user can find .tgz
> form. To integrate it with our documentation tools (doc-base comes to
> mind), to make clean install/deinstall procedures for our users...
There's a big difference between compiling things such that they are
compiled with a modern gcc and C library, adhere to the FSSTND/FHS,
and are normally difficult to remove and this. These are *one* file
each. Many packages are dozens, hundreds, maybe thousands of files,
making removal a lot more difficult. What's so hard about removing