Re: misuse of debconf notes
>>>>> "Joey" == Joey Hess <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Joey> My main concern right now is that debconf notes are being
Joey> vastly overused, and that this will result in a debian
Joey> install that is so cluttered with low-value notes that the
Joey> important stuff is easily missed. Unless people begin to
Joey> heed my call to stop overusing debconf notes, I am going to
Joey> have to either do a lot of work to come up with a proper
Joey> note logging system for them to use, that is designed for
Joey> this kind of usage -- or resort to draconion measures such
Joey> as making debconf no longer display notes at all, or
Joey> something similarly distateful.
So, how do you see debconf notes interacting with priority? What's
wrong with having a fairly chatty install at priority low or mildly
chatty at medium?