This is really depressing. Out of 3973 packages, 3276 have been
updated in the last six months. No matter how you draw the Venn
diagram, there is a large set of packages in the middle that must both
contain '|| return 1' and have been recently updated.
So which packages are they?
> comm -12 return_one updated > lazy_packages
> wc -l lazy_packages
Let's make a graph to show how bad it continues to be.
If packages were actually cleaned up when updated, the red line would
be flat on zero. Instead, 50-100 packages with 'return 1' are
released every month. (And yes, the oldest surviving package is
almost three years old. Happy birthday perl-passwd-md5, if you make
it another month.)