On Sat, Apr 14, 2018 at 3:32 PM, Chris Lamb <la...@debian.org> wrote: > > https://salsa.debian.org/lintian/lintian/commit/800b1344880b70995c5a26754d2a891ae0ef7d5d > > … in particular: > > At this time, please do <i>not</i> attempt to "fix" the problem. It > is not clear what the solution is (if any at all). Nor is it clear > that this is something that will be supported.
Note that that text was *removed* from the tag description in that commit (!!). > So, alas, changes may even be incorrect (!). I am unsure, hence > tagging as moreinfo for the time being. > > (As an aside, how come you show classification checks? Surely they > are far too noisy/useless..? I also wonder if this should be an > X "experimental" tag instead as that would have been less strange.) I thought some of the classification tags were useful. Do you have a list of all the classification checks to help me reconsider? I don't show experimental tags. This particular tag is problematic because it encourages people who see the tag to change the packaging so that the tag isn't emitted. ( I have done that in several packages but will undo it as I touch the packages again and notice.) Thanks, Jeremy Bicha