Re: Finishing the FHS transition
On Sun, 6 May 2001, Chris Waters wrote:
> This is supposed to happen once enough packages make the transition.
> Now, if we're really down to 253 packages that use /usr/doc (with no
> symlink), then maybe it's time. But, unfortunately, that number, 253,
> measures *claimed* compliance, not actual compliance.
> Now, my poking around suggests that there are actually far *fewer*
> than 253 packages still using /usr/doc. And if that's true, then it's
> definitely time to remove the symlinks. But it might be nice to have
> some hard facts, rather than speculation based on unreliable claims
> made by inattentive package maintainers.
Actually, I already did a mass bug filing, on the usr/doc issue(did a grep on
Contents-i386, which wasn't fully accurate(other archs, stale data(up to a
week or so))). I have seen several of the bugs closed, probably more than
half now. I need to do another scan, to see where we stand on that.