Re: [kde] setting an /opt precedent
This one time, at band camp, Eray Ozkural (exa) wrote:
>As I wrote to Jeff, it would be best to explain in Debian Policy why debian
>packages should not install files in /opt, with preferably a short sentence
>clarifying that it is practically impossible to assure administrator's assent
>(that is in our interpretation).
>I am not obsessed with installing files in /opt, it was an idea offered by
>one of the users in debian-kde and it looked plausible at that time. Neither
>am I trying to set a precedent, as Chris is responsible for KDE packages not
>me. I am going to help lower his load; I had volunteered for kdemultimedia a
>long time ago since I am developing for kde multimedia player...
I don't think I said that you were obsessed with installing files in /opt,
merely pointing out some other reasons that the ones you stated for not
By the way, if you are bored and want to fix things, you could fix KMail to
respect the Mail-Followup-To: header.
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