[Pkg-dspam-misc] Re: [pkg-dspam-commits] r34 - trunk/debian
rudolf at faveve.uni-stuttgart.de
Thu Nov 3 10:22:46 UTC 2005
On Thu, Nov 03, 2005 at 10:48:47AM +0100, Aurélien Labrosse wrote:
> Hi folks,
> > Hm, the html files in that directory are configuration files IMO,
> > because an admin can decide to change the default templates. Probably it
> > belongs into /etc then.
> html file are not *configuration* files. We could put them in /usr/share,
> or maybe somewehere in /var but not in /etc/, IMHO.
> The directory where html templates are could be configured into
> /etc/dspam/configure.pl (i propose to rename it to 'webfrontend.conf',
> patch ready). So if someone want to change these files, he could create a
> new directory and let Debian's package update the templates to upstream
If we do that, we need to warn the user somehow, that he needs to make a
copy of the templates, if he wants to update them. How do we do that?
The other question is, how significatn lintian warnings are.
Could we just afford the waring, leave the files in /usr and mark them
as conffiles anyway.
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