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Re: Reorganizing packages



Steve Langasek <vorlon@debian.org> writes:

> For that matter, if someone in the project decides that they have need for a
> different kernel than the one the kernel team wants to ship (for a
> particular port, or to support older hardware, or to support a newer
> cutting-edge kernel design, or for some other reason), the kernel team
> doesn't have the authority to prohibit this.

Yes, kernel team has no authorit to prohibit it but at same time,
since there's not need for it now and neither in a near future, kernel
team can also do the package renaming and ignore this possibility.

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