Re: Tasks policy
err, does this break the use of tasks with apt-get later on? I've
found it very useful to do (for example) "apt-get install task-x-window-system"
after getting a machine otherwise working (in particular, that's the
easy way to go to xf4 - install 2.2, then point to testing, then
apt-get install task-x-window-system which pulls in the right things from
Does it not also make it a lot harder to update and experiment with tasks?
(Couldn't this also be handled by dropping non-critical task deps to
"recommends" or something like that, and an apt-get option to "try to
get the recommends too"?)