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Bug#917431: debian-policy: virtual packages: logind, default-logind

On Thu, Dec 27, 2018 at 06:28:04PM +0000, Sean Whitton wrote:
> Could you provide an actual diff to be applied to policy.git, please?

Sure, what about:?

diff --git a/policy/upgrading-checklist.rst b/policy/upgrading-checklist.rst
index 679a187..633c14e 100644
--- a/policy/upgrading-checklist.rst
+++ b/policy/upgrading-checklist.rst
@@ -39,6 +39,14 @@ The sections in this checklist match the values for the
 except in the two anomalous historical cases where normative
 requirements were changed in a minor patch release.
+    New ``logind`` and ``default-logind`` virtual packages for a package
+    providing logind API (over D-Bus and /run/), and for Debian's preferred
+    implementation, respectively.
 Version 4.3.0
diff --git a/virtual-package-names-list.yaml b/virtual-package-names-list.yaml
index afb76a3..de54e32 100644
--- a/virtual-package-names-list.yaml
+++ b/virtual-package-names-list.yaml
@@ -110,6 +110,10 @@ virtualPackages:
    description: provides the D-Bus well-known session bus for most or all user login sessions
  - name: default-dbus-session-bus
    description: Debian's preferred implementation of dbus-session-bus, possibly architecture-specific
+ - name: logind
+   description: an org.freedesktop.login1 D-Bus API implementation (versioned)
+ - name: default-logind
+   description: Debian's preferred implementation of logind, possibly architecture-specific (versioned)
 # Documentation

> Please follow the style for the other default-* packages listed there.

There's exactly one (dbus-session-bus).

> Ansgar's suggestion should probably be included, too.

To keep the wording terse I appended just "(versioned)" -- I see no
precedent for such a marking, but I hope this is clear enough.

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