Strange messages on (un) installment

A great deal of times when I (un) install plans, I get weird caution messages. Below is a fragment:

Processing triggers for libglib2.0-0 ...
Processing triggers for man-db ...
Processing triggers for desktop-file-utils ...
Processing triggers for gnome-menus ...
Processing triggers for menu ...
Processing triggers for gconf2 ...
WARNING: node <gettext_domain> not understood below <schema>
WARNING: node <gettext_domain> not understood below <schema>
WARNING: node <gettext_domain> not understood below <schema>
WARNING: node <gettext_domain> not understood below <schema>
WARNING: node <gettext_domain> not understood below <schema>
WARNING: node <gettext_domain> not understood below <schema>
WARNING: node <gettext_domain> not understood below <schema>
WARNING: node <gettext_domain> not understood below <schema>
Processing triggers for hicolor-icon-theme ...
Processing triggers for shared-mime-info ...

Anyone recognizes what creates this? These feel like safe messages, yet what do they suggest? Just how to I remove them?

[ upgrade ] Running sudo gconf-schemas --register-all does not aid, and also offers me the very same caution messages.

[ note ] I make use of Debian Squeeze.

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2019-05-18 22:41:34
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Use grep gettext /usr/share/gconf/schemas/*. Recognize the .schemas documents having the concern and afterwards do something about it upon the relevant plan (either reinstall or upgrade to later on variation).

Anjuta for eg. had a concern easily.

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2019-05-31 14:37:33
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I assume this has something to do with gconf2 is schema documents situated at /usr/share/gconf/schemas.

Attempt to register the schemas once more:

$ sudo gconf-schemas --register-all

gconf-schemas(8) claims:

--register-all  
      clean up the GConf database and register all schemas again.  
      This might be neccessary if your gconf database becomes corrupted.
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2019-05-19 18:04:28
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