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Re: possible mass-filing of bugs, continued, script refined: list of packages that apparently have disparity between package name and shared lib soname

Colin Watson <cjwatson@debian.org> immo vero scripsit:

> > And you fail to read mail, which quoted the part for you.

> Perhaps I missed it (the start of this thread was some time ago, and I'd
> have to hunt through the archives), but I don't see anything in this
> thread which quotes anything other than libpkg-guide.

There is a post from Oohara Yuuma quoting the policy.

> In general I think there should be room for sensible maintainers to do
> sensible things even if, say, they don't necessarily fit into a rigid
> naming pattern. There's a fine line between specifying best practice for
> those who don't know better and limiting the discretion of those who do.


Best practice is best practice. It would be nice if everyone followed it.
It's not a dreamworld, but it is not an impossible thing to follow


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