Re: Packages with documentation only in /usr/share/doc
Richard Braakman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Sat, Feb 05, 2000 at 09:49:33PM -0500, Daniel Burrows wrote:
> > (a) what severity level is important -- should it be release-critical that a
> > package's documentation is in a non-standard location (I agree with Ben that
> > moving everything to /usr/share is a nice idea, but it doesn't look like
> > that'll happen in potato, and one place to go for docs is a really good idea)
> It's not release-critical. We'll just have to tell people that they may have
> to look in /usr/share/doc as well. The default /etc/motd already tells them
> about this directory.
Documentation doesn't really solve a problem like this. Besides the
motd only mentions copyright, not general documentation.
It's nice to have the documentation appear to be in a standard
location. I suggest that we work *very* hard to get this problem
fixed in all of the packages.