On Tue 25 Sep 2018 at 13:24:48 +0200, Thomas Schmitt wrote:
> Brian wrote:
> > There can be no dispute over the meaning of "standard system
> > utilities". These are the ones which have a "Priority: standard"
> > field in the package description.
> There can always be a dispute. q.e.d.
You're after a fight, aren't you? :)
> (Hey. You smuggled the word "system" between "standard" and "utility.)
You noticed! I wonder whether the OP did? Does it count as going
> Higher than "standard" are priorities "required" and "important".
> But i am not sure whether the official classification in
> of the first three priorities really matches the idea of a set of
> "standard [system] utilities":
> These packages provide a reasonably small but not too limited
> character-mode system."
> I.e. no X Window System:
> No command line CD/DVD/BD burning:
Aren't standard utilities whatever you want them to be? Who could live
without netcat, midnight commander and oneko?
> Have a nice day :)
You're not helping. :)