cleaning up recommends/suggests
well, i noticed debian-edu had a suggests on ltsp-utils which was
incompatible with ltsp-server (used by debian-edu) and dropped from
while i was mucking with the tasks files, i figured i'd look at:
seems like there's a lot of cruft.
i removed packages i found that were part of sarge but not part of etch,
as well as some which were transitional upgrade packages in etch, and
one, which was present in sarge-backports, but *nowhere* else. :)
there are quite a few which don't appear in any debian releaser; i
didn't remove those, although it would be worth reviewing as well.
also, while i was busy making commits, someone uploaded the version that
i was adding changelog entries to. i'm wondering if we shouldn't use
UNRELEASED in debian/changelog, and increment the version immediately
after an upload to avoid this in the future. "dch --release" facilitates