If you install a package in your system, a directory
/usr/share/doc/packages/ is created. You can find files from
the package maintainer as well as additional information from SUSE.
Sometimes there are also examples, configuration files, additional scripts,
or other things available. Usually you can find the following files, but
they are not
standard and sometimes not all files are available.
The list of the main developers of this package and usually their tasks.
Known bugs or malfunctions of this package. Usually also a link to a Bugzilla Web page where you can search all bugs.
Summary of changes from version to version. Usually interesting for developers, because it is very detailed.
Question and answers collected from mailing lists or newsgroups.
Procedures for installing this package in your system. Normally you do not need it, because you have the package installed already.
General information such as how to use it and what you can do with this package.
Things that are not implemented yet, but probably will be in the future.
List of files with a brief summary.
Description of what is new in this version.