Those us who are Mac users may be aware that the next version of OS X will change major aspects of the the way users can interact with the underlying Unix infrastructure of the OS. In particular, access to
/usr/ will essentially be eliminated, even with admin privileges. As a result, starting from TL 2015, the location of TL in the Mac will be "moved" to
/Library/TeX/texbin instead of
/usr/texbin. See this thread on the TeX for Mac OS mailing list for details.
Currently we have 127 questions that ask specifically about
/usr/texbin, and I'm sure many more answers in which it plays an important role.
While the old advice of
/usr/texbin will still work for a while, it will not work for those users running the new OS. Furthermore, it is only since TL 2015 that the
/Library/TeX/texbin link has been created, users with older TeX distributions but with the new OS won't just be able to be told to use the new directory.
My question is the following: given the large number of questions and answers that refer to
/usr/texbin what should we do to gradually update them?