Re: Tasks policy
>>>>> "Anthony" == Anthony Towns <email@example.com> writes:
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Anthony> On Mon, May 07, 2001 at 11:42:49AM -0400, Mark Eichin
>> 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
Anthony> Possibly. task-x-window-system isn't really the greatest
Anthony> example of a task, though.
So, I think that support in tools besides tasksel is critical to this
policy proposal being useful. I don't like the idea of having
frontend-specific fields being mandated by policy and don'tt see a
need for tasksel to be a distinguished frontend. I understand why
apt-get might not want to support or reverse-recommends, but I think
that the actual frontends should support this.