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Re: Debconf or not debconf : Conclusion

On Thursday 03 July 2003 22:49, Joey Hess wrote:
> Julien LEMOINE wrote:
> > Finally, since there is not really a policy about when to use debconf
> It's a pity you ignore the express wishes of the author, and the consensus
> on this list as to their use.

I ignore nothing and nobody, I read all reply of this thread. But I have to 
take a decision for this problem. It is simple to say "don't break anything", 
but in this case this seem very difficult to make a consensus.

> >  * To set up stunnel for server use, read the
> >    /usr/share/doc/stunnel/README.Debian file.
> If I ever add filtering to the notes debconf allows to be displayed,
> notes that refer the user to README.Debian will be at the top of the
> list to never be displayed.
> Of course, I am much more likely to bow to the pressure of notes like
> the one you're apparently adding, and completly disable all notes at
> some point, rather than adding filtering. I don't like arms races.

Stunnel version with debconf warning is ready but I     did not uploaded it, I 
don't want to disappoint users   or   create a new debate on debconf use.
Julien LEMOINE / SpeedBlue

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