Re: Retitled: Packaging
On Thursday 14 March 2002 09:04 pm, Mark Eichin wrote:
> > Why have a package system if it's not used? That is a problem with both
> > RPM
> I don't recall the FHS having a well-known-place for "wallpaper". If
> anything, it goes "in the user's homedir". As such, it is out of our
Quoth the FHS2.2, section 4.11:
"Any program or package which contains or requires data that doesn't need to
be modified should store that data in /usr/share (or /usr/local/share, if
installed locally). It is recommended that a subdirectory be used in
/usr/share for this purpose."
Say, for example, wallpaper images, which are commonly stored in
/usr/share/wallpapers, in perfect compliance with the FHS.
In fact, we already have a package (kdewallpapers) that stores wallpapers in
> For another example: what useful bug reports will the BTS have for a
> set of wallpaper images?
So... Having packages that are bug-free is bad in what way?