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Re: HTTP stuff timing out on package install

On Sat, Dec 21, 2002 at 02:48:42AM +1100, Jeff Waugh wrote:
> <quote who="Sven Luther">
> > Where does redhat put them ?
> The required place, /etc/xml/catalog

Err, they are configuration files ? Would a /var/lib/xml location not
make more sense ? But then, i have really no idea how xml works.

> > BTW, i don't think closing all the bug reports about this saying it is
> > not in <scrollkeeper, libxml2, ..., insert app of the day which breaks
> > because of it> saying that it is not a bug but a lack of a xml catalog
> > is a good way of urging the debian-xml people to do something about it.
> > Sure it will close the bugs, so the respective maintainers have a clean
> > record, but it does not solve the problem (and may be against the social
> > contract, hiding problems and such). Maybe we should create a
> > xml-catalog virtual package, assign the debian-xml list as maintainer
> > and reassign all such bug against this package ?
> Might be worth lodging RC bugs against all of the GNOME packages that
> require scrollkeeper, too. Annoying for the maintainers of them, but yet
> another thing to urge the process along. ;-)

Yes, maybe, but the maintainers would just shout at the submitters and
close the bug.


Sven Luther

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