Re: General Resolution: Removing non-free
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In article <20000702140534.A509@wiggy.net>, at 2 Jul 00 12:05:34 GMT,
firstname.lastname@example.org (Wichert Akkerman) writes:
> We are not under pressure to remove non-free. What the FSF would like to see
> is a homepage which doesn't mention non-free, a place where people can go
> and look at our distribution and documentation without encountering anything
> that is not free. The same holds for our (FTP) archive.
> That is different from removing non-free, and can be accomplished in
> different manors:
> * remove non-free
> * create a `pure' version of www.debian.org and ftp.debian.org
> * move non-free to something like debian-nonfree.org or whatever you name it.
I prefer the second one (having "pure" version) as I wrote some months ago.
(If the proposed vote was for the second option above, then I would agree,,,)
Taketoshi Sano: <email@example.com>,<firstname.lastname@example.org>,<email@example.com>