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Re: The wider implications of stuffing the NEW queue with issues it was not designed for.

On 11815 March 1977, Julien BLACHE wrote:

>> Automatic rejection of packages with errors not justified by overrides is of
> And what do you do with unjustified overrides?
> Or can I just override every lintian test and upload my totally broken
> package?

The way we currently think about it there will be two "classes" of
errors. Those that may reasonably be overwritten by everyone using the
usual lintian override feature, and those that may not. (No maintainer
name/address, files in /opt or /usr/local, that kind of).

bye, Joerg
<exa> Snow-Man: Please don't talk to me. You have demonstrated yourself
	  sufficiently. There is a serious matter being talked.
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