Re: Need help with revelation
On Tue, 23 Dec 2008 09:10:35 +0100 "PaweB Tcza" <email@example.com> wrote:
>Scott Kitterman pisze:
>> On Mon, 22 Dec 2008 21:00:40 +0000 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>>>Simply removing the package may be a bad idea, as people who are using
>>>revelation will then no longer be able to access their password lists.
>> Removing the package from the archive won't remove it from installed
>It's true, but probably not all true :) For example, what about release
>upgrade? I remember that when I run `do-release-upgrade` command for
>Ubuntu then I can only agree or disagree to remove *all* packages
>removed from Ubuntu. I don't know how to save only one package I still
>need, for example revelation.
Even there it only removes packages where there is a conflict, not just
because it's out of the archive.
>> If it's dead upstreamam then I'd suggest it ought to go.
>I'm very curious how many debianized sources are dead now. Probably it's
>not only revelation. Do you want to remove all of them?
>In my opinion it's better to save that packages as long as someone wants
>to maintain them and they are useful for their users and don't have
Right, but we don't currently have that. There's tons of cruft in the
archive. Please don't add to it. It's easy enough to restore it if a