Le mardi 23 décembre 2008 à 15:27 +0100, Michael Banck a écrit : > > How about ???Software that is not executed on the host CPU??? ? That can > > include e.g. non-free documentation, which clearly doesn???t belong in the > > same place than nVidia binary drivers. > > While I think that non-dfsg-free documentation also merits to be split > off from non-free, I don't think we should generalize this too much; > e.g. clearly non-free copyrighted artwork or data should probably stay > in non-free. Why? In essence, it is very similar to a firmware. It can also be necessary (e.g. for game data) to make free software work, in a similar way to the kernel with firmware. And I know that installing it is not going to blow away my system with untrusted code. -- .''`. : :' : We are debian.org. Lower your prices, surrender your code. `. `' We will add your hardware and software distinctiveness to `- our own. Resistance is futile.
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