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Re: 30352 reserved UIDs

also sprach martin f krafft <madduck@debian.org> [2005.02.09.2032 +0100]:
> Why does the policy mark 30352 UIDs and GIDs as reserved?

Manoj explains it:

  since debian policy applies to debian packages, as far as packages
  are concerned, they are reserved

  since policy does not apply to local users, seems like these uids
  are reserved for local admin

seems plausible. Any voices against?

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