Am 29.12.2014 um 18:41 schrieb Jason L Tibbitts III:
the current packaging guidelines include mention of
/etc/bash_completion.d as an example of how to get multiple ownership of
a directory correct. The problem is that that directory is now part of
the filesystem packages (and so shouldn't be multiply owned) and that's
not even the correct location for bash completion files these days.
I could just remove it, but I'd like to replace it with a more correct
example. Problem is, I can't think of one. Anyone have a better
directory to use to illustrate this?
An example could be /usr/share/gtk-doc, although there was also an attempt 
some years ago to let it own by the "filesystem" package. Currently on my
(with just a few GTK apps and no -devel packages of them) it is owned by just
one package, but I remember some years ago with the Gnome development stack
installed it was owned by multiple packages.