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Date: Sat, 31 Aug 2002 02:18:02 -0500
Source: debian-policy
Binary: debian-policy
Architecture: source all
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Debian Policy List <debian-policy@lists.debian.org>
Changed-By: Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@debian.org>
 debian-policy - Debian Policy Manual and related documents
Closes: 47298 69311 81852 97755 100346 100472 106280 106826 109672 111025 112828 113525 114949 116134 118608 131441 134977 137521 137521 138681 139067 139820 139832 139969 140697 141307 141903 143770 144297 144411 145067 146703 146756 147554 150456 151328 152965 153704 154142 154660 155680 156546 157131
 debian-policy ( unstable; urgency=low
   * Fixed some broken hrefs in links
   * No longer use local debiandoc stuff (it's been fixed upstream)
   * Added table of contents (index.html) to policy-process.sgml, fixing
     the new error reported to bug #137521                    closes: Bug#137521
   * Fixed a couple of typos                                  closes: Bug#139832
   * Ran through the policy document looking for long instances of text in
     the <tt> tag, and changed it to <file> where appropriate. This is
     since the <file> tag can handle line breaking, but the <t> flag does
     not.                                                     closes: Bug#139820
   * Change the requirement to ask permission to make devices to merely
     requiring a notification.                                closes: Bug#106280
   * Added a build dependson docbook utils.                   closes: Bug#154660
   * Since this is being built with a newer version of debiandoc-sgml, this
     should display better with lynx.                         closes: Bug#153704
   * Add in the crypto-in-main amendment.          closes: Bug#81852, Bug#144411
   * we no longer have task packages, instead, we define tasks using a
     special field in the control file (and these should be added only
     after discussion on the mailing lists)                    closes: Bug#97755
   * Clarify wording in the section for packages providing fonts.
                                                              closes: Bug#109672
   * Fix the doc base file for policy process     closes: Bug#137521, Bug#147554
                                                              closes: Bug#146756
   * using set -e is not dubious advice. Rejecting this.      closes: Bug#139969
   * Make the directory one is building under ./debian/ be up to the
     maintainer, instead of mandating ./debian/tmp/           closes: Bug#144297
   * Add a standards version                                  closes: Bug#145067
   * Added virtual package debconf-2.0                        closes: Bug#151328
   * Added The Window Manager Specification Project support to the default
     window manager selection mechanism                       closes: Bug#155680
   * The confusion between /var/mail and /var/spool/mail seems to have been
     disambiguated.                                           closes: Bug#114949
   * Mention the new Build-Depend-Indep semantic and the new
     build-indep/build-arch rules in upgrading checklist      closes: Bug#116134
   * Made package naming rules in policy consistent. I did not eliminate
     the duplication, since I don't want to make major changes to the flow,
     since we are supposed to be re-writing policy anyway.    closes: Bug#131441
   * Clarified wording about cases where we may have concrete and virtual
     packages with the same name.                             closes: Bug#134977
   * Fixed typo 'be be'                                       closes: Bug#138681
   * Fixed typo in appendix G -- example of diversion         closes: Bug#140697
   * fix typo shlib: -> shlibs:                               closes: Bug#141903
   * Provide a link between two sections dealing with virtual packages.
                                                              closes: Bug#143770
   * Fixed xtifr's email address in the menu policy           closes: Bug#152965
   * Allow shared library names to be have a hyphen between library name
     and soversion if the library name ends in a number.      closes: Bug#100472
   * Permit some libraries to only install static libs.       closes: Bug#100346
   * Remove the debug option, add noopt           closes: Bug#157131, Bug#113525
   * provide dhcp-client virtual package.                     closes: Bug#154142
   * We do not need bits in policy that ``should not be enforced''.
                                                              closes: Bug#150456
   * We are building this with the latest debianndoc-sgml.    closes: Bug#146703
   * Finish incorporating all of the accepted changes in Bug#72335, and
     this                                         closes: Bug#141307, Bug#156546
   * Added virtual package aspell-dictionary                  closes: Bug#139067
   * Added virtual package radius-server                      closes: Bug#118608
   * Clarifying manual pages is not a policy issue.           closes: Bug#112828
   * Corrected the ldconfig handling instructions.            closes: Bug#111025
   * Not a policy issue.                                      closes: Bug#106826
   * Removed the /usr/doc/ symlink clause.          closes: Bug#47298, Bug#69311
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