[Pkg-samba-maint] Bug#623190: Bug#623190: 'map untrusted to domain' new default breaks backwards compatibility with clients outside of the server domain

Christian PERRIER bubulle at debian.org
Mon Apr 18 17:21:41 UTC 2011

Quoting Josip Rodin (joy at debbugs.entuzijast.net):

> You don't have to do anything extreme, just add a single simple note to
> NEWS.Debian saying "Between oldstable and stable, behavior X changed in a
> way that may break Y, so if you depend on it, read the new manual".
> I fail to see any downside to what I proposed. Is there actually one?

I'm OK with a note in NEWS.Debian. My concern is more where to draw
the line. Let's say that, because a user that I am confident into
(happens to be you, Josip...:-)) asks for this, this should be OK.

Let's put this in the TODO pile....but now I go back fighting with

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