On Tue, 5 May 2020 02:47:48 +0200
Thomas Deutschmann <whi...@gentoo.org> wrote:

> Yes it would be a signal but a useless signal, not?

"There are no users reported using this dist, so we can nuke it" is
still far far superior to "there are no reverse dependencies, so we can
nuke it"

*Even* when the former is false information.

As presently, the "no reverse dependencies, therefore nuke" essentially
asserts there *are* no users to consider.

So the *worst* case scenario for decisions made with these statistics
is our *current* case.

Even if *nobody* uses the service and *all* results indicates "nobody
uses anything", then we'll just be reverting to what we currently do:
Remove things entirely on conjecture that they're not useful.

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