On Tue, 2023-06-13 at 20:01 +0100, Matthew Garrett wrote: > After discussing this at our monthly meeting, we concluded that the > technical committee isn't going to take action on this at the moment. > There's a legitimate technical consideration behind the warning, and > it's necessary for derivatives to ensure that they handle the > associated scenarios properly.
Okay, I take that as "Debian doesn't care about derivatives". Suggesting users to revert to split-/usr *will* break stuff for users once more code Debian assumes merged-/usr. > While those underlying technical issues exist, we > think it's premature for the committee to intervene on this specific > issue. Okay, I guess the very long drama about this last year was not sufficiently long and we did not discuss it in sufficient detail. I'm a bit disappointed how the ctte appears to do as much as they can to avoid deciding on this :-( Ansgar