I am on Emacs 28.0.5 and keep getting warnings about:
Warning: Use keywords rather than deprecated positional arguments to `define-minor-mode'
Unfortunately it is for packages I don't control like lsp-mode. I would like to suppress the warning using something like (I use radian Emacs config, hence the use of use-feature for Emacs-provided packages - imagine a require 'warnings if you are more familiar with that):
(add-to-list 'warning-suppress-log-types '(what-to-put-here?)))
but apparently I am not passing the type that warning-suppress-log-types expects for this warning to be picked up because it keeps happening when lsp-mode loads (I won't bore you with all the incantations that I've tried in 'what-to-put-here?'. If you read the source for define-minor-mode you'll see that the way the warning is generated is perhaps non-standard, i.e., it doesn't seem to call display-warning. Do you know a way to make it stop generating this message?
I'd do a pull request to lsp-mode, but I am an outlier by using such a bleeding edge Emacs version and I don't imagine they'll want to accommodate that version in the common case.
Note: I have filed an issue with lsp-mode in the meantime.