Re: debconfig-common new template text review
> In which case I'd expect it to say something more like this:
> Template: dbconfig-common/mysql/authplugin
> Type: select
> Choices: default, mysql_native_password, sha256_password, caching_sha2_password
> __Choices: unspecified, native, SHA256, caching
> Default: default
> _Description: Authentication plugin for MySQL database:
> Please specify whether a specific MySQL authentication plugin should
> always be used when dbconfig-common creates new users. Most of the time,
> the default option of leaving the plugin unspecified will work - this
> allows the choice to vary for particular dbconfig-common consumers.
> * unspecified: let db-config consumers override the default;
> * native: no MySQL authentication plugin is used;
> * SHA256: a more secure password encryption algorithm;
> * caching: SHA2 plus an in-memory authentication cache.
> (It's a while since I reviewed a template with __Choices, so apologies
> if I'm forgetting the details of the syntax.)
That was an amazing review =).
Learned a lot and will definitely use your suggestion!
First time I use debian-l10n mailing list, will definitely use it more.
Thanks a lot,