Thanks again for reviewing! Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. My opinion on the man page: Say hello to the new "net-mgmt" category.

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The guidelines still mention the group tag in the context of documentation: Comment 3 Nathan Owe Package Review Show other bugs. Browse Requests Reports Product Dashboard. Approved in principle by: Comment 11 Gwyn Ciesla I'll have to look over it, if it is still up to date.

Comment 17 Fedora Update System Commit History - may be incomplete: They don't have one, but they'd happily accept one. Sadly I neither feel very creative nor do I know somebody who does.

I've got like 10 packages and nobody ever mentioned the group tag on review.

Comment 13 Fedora Update System It is of course a GUI application, but it doesn't supply any help and the help you get from the manpage is still right.

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Bump dependent ports that have not been bumped since. OK - latest stable version OK - SourceURL valid It would be nice if there were a desktop icon, but upstream doesn't ship one, so we don't have anything to go on.

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Comment 18 Fedora Update System Comment 12 Fedora Update Mrbowse I don't know why they dropped it. FreshPorts displays only information on required and default dependencies.

Comment 14 Fedora Update System I went through the manpage and corrected some mbrlwse things. Comment 16 Fedora Update System But I even looked for the bug that it was referencing and I didn't see that either.

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The Debian manpage actually was part of 0. Mbrrowse 5 Nathan Owe I'll consider including it, because there is no other help. Since it is a graphical application, I don't regard it as terribly useful. Unbreak the build by making GCC feel better. Unbreak after recent net-snmp update. The package does not contain any. Every other package, I've seen so far, also has it.

Usually, subpackages other than devel should require the base package using a fully versioned dependency. There actually happens to be an old manpage from Debian: This site requires JavaScript to be enabled to function correctly, please enable it.