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Re: Bug#322762: no blocking bugs anymore

On Friday 05 January 2007 20:56 pm, Thijs Kinkhorst wrote:
> Hi,
> > Set any bugs about /usr/doc stuff to being blockers of this bug report.
> > Use this as a tracking/coordination bug for the remainder of the
> > transition.
> >
> > Note that once this transition is complete we will need to do something
> > in base-files to remove the /usr/doc directory, if it is empty. It won't
> > be empty in all cases, for example a user might have non-debian or old
> > packages that have not transitioned still installed. This bug can be
> > reassigned to base-files to deal with that last step once it is no
> > longer blocked by any other bugs.
> Well, today I have fixed the last two remaining bugs that blocked this
> bug (I'll have to followup to them to see whether the fixes will get to
> Etch, but that is not really on topic for this bug per se).
> Hence, I think now is the time to continue with the next steps as
> outlined in the first message in the bug, right?

It appears that inform's postinst still creates a /usr/doc symlink, and this 
seems to have been missed.

What's the appropriate severity for a bug to be filed against inform?
Daniel Schepler

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