On Tuesday 13 January 2009, Don Armstrong wrote: > Sure it does; it's a set of the initial media which contains the > non-free firmware in *addition* to the normal stuff contained on the > fully DFSG-free media. [You'd just need this for CD1, the netinst, > business card and cd images, and perhaps the m-a DVD.] > > The only additional user-facing complexity is the additional media and > the need for users to be able to differentiate between the media > types. I cannot make it more clear than this: the debian-boot and debian-cd teams are against any such solution. Yes, in theory it is all possible (even though it would require fairly structural changes mainly in d-cd), but no, we will not work on implementing it and I doubt anyone will even seriously consider patches implementing it if submitted by others. Cheers, FJP
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