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Re: Generally accepted cut-off limit for -doc packages



On Mon, May 05, 2003 at 02:18:47PM +0200, Andreas Tille wrote:
> The reason file states:
> 
>     The generally accepted cut-off limit for -doc packages is ~500k of
>     installed data; loki-doc isn't even half that.  Please consider
>     merging the loki-doc package back into loki?
> 
> So I asked James Troup in private mail:
> 
> > Sorry I have not heared about such a "generally accepted cut-off limit for
> >  -doc packages".  Ist it documented anywhere?
> His answer was in the tense that I should clearly know and I should look
> for this.
[...]
> I did not found a reference to a cut-off limit and would like to know which
> additional document to debian-policy would define such a limit.

http://lists.debian.org/debian-curiosa/2001/debian-curiosa-200109/msg00021.html

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