On Mon, 25 Jan 2021 at 11:45:55 -0700, Sean Whitton wrote:
> ===BEGIN
> The Technical Committee resolves that Debian 'bookworm' should support
> only the merged-usr root filesystem layout, dropping support for the
> non-merged-usr layout.
> Until after the release of 'bullseye', any implementation of this
> resolution must be done in the 'experimental' distribution, or otherwise
> kept out of the critical paths for the release of 'bullseye'.
> We do not recommend any particular implementation of the migration.
> Y: Yes, support only merged-usr in the 'bookworm' release.
> N: No, continue to support both layouts in 'bookworm'.
> F: Further Discussion
> ===END

I vote Y > F > N.

This is on the assumption that we are defining merged /usr the
same way we did when we resolved #914897 in
(what Guillem Jover calls "merged /usr via aliased directories", with
symlinks like /bin -> usr/bin).


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