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Re: gnupg-doc of standard priority?

On Sun, Jul 14, 2002 at 08:23:02PM -0400, Michael Stone wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 15, 2002 at 12:53:22AM +0300, Richard Braakman wrote:
> > Well... I would say that gnupg is dangerous in the hands of someone
> > who hasn't read its documentation.  It should be standard because
> > gnupg should not be installed by default without its docs.
> Bull. Imposing that ideal through packaging is inappropriate. Making the
> documentation standard priority does not ensure that it is read, any
> more than having it at another priority suggests that it is not (as the
> documentation is still available on the web, or perhaps on another
> system.) 

However, installing gnupg without gnupg-doc by default encourages that
it will not be read.  This is not a matter of "imposing", it's about
using priorities to set up a useful system.

Richard Braakman

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