retitle 825820 ITP: goopg -- GPG for Gmail in Chrome and Chromium owner 825820 ! Thanks The most recent stable release is now 0.3.1. The packages make use of the Chromium "native messaging hosts" capability to use the locally-installed gpg and gpg-agent to perform signing and verification. The key material and passphrase are never held by the browser or server. This source creates three binary packages; goopg-common, goopg-chromium, and goopg-chrome. The chrome package is flagged for 'contrib'. The upstream author prepared the bulk of the debian packaging information, and wishes to remain Maintainer. I intend to assist him. Regarding a lintian complaint for this package: The Chrome version of this package installs a config file in a Google-required location under /etc/opt/chrome. That matches the convention of the 3rd-party Chrome package itself, installed in /opt/google/chrome. The "dir-or-file-in-etc-opt" lintian test flags this as a 'serious' condition, saying "Debian packages should not install into /etc/opt, because it is reserved for add-on software". Lintian-overrides is not respected for this flag. Debian Policy Section 9.1.1 states that packages must follow FHS v2.3. There are additional words strictly prohibiting installing files under /usr/local in 9.1.2. There is no specific detail on /opt in Chapter 9. The FHS is more precise, saying that "The directories /opt/bin, /opt/doc, /opt/include, /opt/info, /opt/lib, and /opt/man are reserved for local system administrator use", "No structure is imposed on the internal arrangement of /etc/opt/<subdir>" and "Distributions may install software in /opt, but must not modify or delete software installed by the local system administrator without the assent of the local system administrator". In short, the Policy does not support the level of concern shown by lintian. Also, the package does not violate the Policy.
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