Re: Lintian auto-reject changes
* Simon McVittie <email@example.com>, 2015-06-18, 11:26:
By avoiding bugs like <https://bugs.debian.org/789046>. Most packagers
meant to package something (and it's non-fatal so that metapackages
that have no documentation beyond the standard changelog, copyright
etc. can override it).
Everything hitting "empty-binary-package" is a *nonfatal* reject now.
How does this make packages better?
To clarify, majority of metapackages don't even need overrides for this,
because Lintian is smart enough to guess from the package description or
section that it's okay that this package is empty.