Menu->policy (was Re: Policy Weekly for May 1)
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Joey Hess <email@example.com> writes:
> Bug: 36051
> Title: moving the menu hierarchy into debian policy
> Begin-date: 14 Apr 1999
> Proposed-by: Joey Hess
> Seconders: Raphael Hertzog, Joseph Carter, Branden Robinson
> Status: discussion
> Proposal to move existing menu hierarcy text into policy with only small
> changes, and postpone large changes until later.
> There was some discussion, but we didn't clearly reach a consensus.
> No-one disagrees that some menu structure should be added to policy, but
> there is some disagreement that the suggested structure should go in as-is.
The only modification for which I saw nearly complete agreement was my
suggestion to add a top-level entry: Help.
Therefore, this is a formal proposal to amend JoeyH's proposal as
follows: The existing menu heirarchy should be moved into policy,
with the lone addition of a top-level "Help" category. Other changes
and modifications can be dealt with later, as formal modifications to
If we follow Manoj's procedures, I need two seconds for this amendment.
Argument for this amendment: it's more specific than JoeyH's, it
outlines *exactly* what to do, and is therefore more suitable for a
Chris Waters firstname.lastname@example.org | I have a truly elegant proof of the
or email@example.com | above, but it is too long to fit into
http://www.dsp.net/xtifr | this .signature file.
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