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Re: [PROPOSAL] moving the menu hierarchy into debian policy

On Sat, May 01, 1999 at 02:53:31PM -0700, Joey Hess wrote:
> > I still feel this way. I really don't see the advantage of putting
> > something in policy right now when we already know it's going to be
> > overhauled anyway. So I guess I propose postponing this until
> > after the overhaul.
> I'll say again - it can help enourmously to have an agreed upon base that
> *we know works fairly well* before starting to change everything. It limits
> the changes people are going to propose.
> Anyway, does anyone else agree with Wichert or is he the lone objector?

I cee his point, and I don't disagree with it.  I'm kinda indifferent,
but I do see the point he's trying to make and agree that it's necessary
to modify the menu hierarchy, either now or after it becomes policy. 
Either way it needs to happen and pretty soon.

Which happens first is really a matter of how people want to handle the
policy of changing it and getting it into the policy document as far as
I'm concerned.

Joseph Carter <knghtbrd@debian.org>            Debian GNU/Linux developer
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"and i actually like debian 2.0 that much i completely revamped the
default config of the linux systems our company sells and reinstalled any
of the linux systems in the office and here at home.."

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