>>>> "TK" == Toshio Kuratomi
TTK> yelp owns it. There's a question of whether packages which have
TK> gnome help should Require yelp or not. I think it's a bug if a
TK> package has a help menu that doesn't work so I lean towards
TK> requiring it.
For one reference, see
which would tend to
indicate that yelp should not generally be a dependency of packages
which have gnome help
However, the situation here may be different, since the package
contains nothing other than help files. Are these not generally
viewable without using yelp? (I.e. is there no KDE-based browser or
command line client?) If not, what would be the point of having a
package containing documentation that doesn't ensure that the system
has a way to view it?