Quoting Ben Finney (2017-01-28 03:07:01)
> Jérémy Lal <kapo...@melix.org> writes:
> > - or having a reverse (build-)dependency, or what's the point ?
> I am very much in favour of this: node libraries should be in Debian 
> to provide a library that is needed for some actual program of benefit 
> to Debian users.


> But my eagerness to remove useless packages makes me worry that some 
> useful ones could be swept up also.
> One use case I don't see addressed: How will we ensure that a library 
> is not needed for some other package not yet uploaded to Debian?

Removal from testing involves filing a bugreport to ftpmaster.  I guess 
it makes sense if at all uncertain to first file bugreport against the 
package and cc this list - of not-to-high severity - suggesting the 
intent (removal from stretch or removal from Debian completely) some 
time (2 weeks?) before reasigning to ftpmaster.

Discussing only here is not adequate: Being part of this team and 
subscribing to this mailinglist is voluntary.

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