Re: misuse of debconf notes
>>>>> "Joey" == Joey Hess <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Joey> It would probably be best to use note for what it was
Joey> designed for, which is dispalying error messages, which are
Joey> a particular type of message that it does make sense to
Joey> assign a priority to (which is why I didn't consider the
Joey> above scenarios and issues much when I put notes into
Joey> debconf), and go with a separate mechanism for the chatty
Joey> notes stuff, if that stuff is really necessary.
OK, so effectively a note of priority less than high is probably
wrong or at least you'd rather not have to deal with thinking about it?
I'm not trying to waste your time; I honestly don't have a good feel
for what to do and not to do.