On Sun, Dec 14, 2014 at 05:26:04PM +1100, Ben Finney wrote:
> On 13-Dec-2014, Adam Majer wrote:
> > PS. I've set priority as important on purpose. Without
> > documentation, this library is difficult to use - you have to read
> > the source code to know what it is trying to do.
> The usability of the package is not affected by the absence of the
> documentation *on Debian*, since it can just as easily be used by
> getting the documentation from elsewhere.

1. If the purpose of the "package" is to provide a *single 64kb file*
in a common area, to be only used by other DD to remove common files
from some webapps, then I guess this is a wishlist bug.

2. If the purpose of the package is to provide functionality to the
end-user, (eg. developer using package to write new software) then it
does not do so.

We are suppose to provide *usable* software to the *end user*. Not
just an index of usable software that is available from 3rd parties.

If the 3rd party remove the project tomorrow, then where does the user
get the documentation? Where does end user get documentation if the
3rd party documentation host is unavailable? Blocked? Or in 5 years
from now? 10?

- Adam

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