Here are some proposed package tags for Debian-Lex for discussion: [Lex] Legal Software : Legal Office Administration [Lex] Legal Software : Practice Management [Lex] Legal Software : Document Management [Lex] Legal Software : Court Administration [Lex] Legal Software : Legal Research [Lex] Legal Software : Legal Subjects : Taxation Law [Lex] Legal Software : Legal Systems : Common Law [Lex] Legal Software : Legal Systems : Code/Civil Law [Lex] Legal Software : Legal Systems : Other Legal Systems Tags are new, so I'm not sure if I've got the right style here. I've copied "[Lex] Legal Software" off the existing tag "[Edu] Educational Software", but maybe just "Legal" would be a more concise tag. I note that there are already tags for generic categories like "Office Software" and "Documentation", so I'm not duplicating those of course ("Document Management" is a bit generic but not an existing tag). Taxation Law is the only legal subject or sub-discipline included only because it's the only one that Debian-Lex has specific packages for. I am a bit unclear about why Tasks couldn't have been modified to serve the purpose of Tags. Since woody, can't Tasks already do most of what Tags do? If we are supposed to use Tags in preference to Tasks, should Tasks be deprecated? Are Tags going to be added to the Policy Manual? The other question is whether Debian-Lex and the other [sub|meta]- projects should add their categories to the main package tags database or whether to maintain our own separate and privately-maintained package tag databases which we would install into the tags.d directory. If the latter, would the tag package have to be a dependency in any package tagged with one of its tags? -- JEREMY MALCOLM <Jeremy@Malcolm.id.au> Personal: http://www.malcolm.id.au Providing online networks of Australian lawyers (http://www.ilaw.com.au) and Linux experts (http://www.linuxconsultants.com.au) for instant help! Disclaimer: http://www.terminus.net.au/disclaimer.html. GPG key: finger.
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