Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
>>>>> "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
Oops... I found the mailing list thread and there was a conclusion.
Packages should not require yelp. Instead, packages that fail silently
when yelp is not installed need a bug to print the error dialog returned
from the gnome API.
So it seems like filesystem owning /usr/share/gnome/help would be the
best so that we don't need to have every package own /usr/share/gnome/help.