Re: Future Debian CD plans
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- Subject: Re: Future Debian CD plans
- From: Winfried Truemper <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 18 Jan 1997 23:22:56 +0100 (MET)
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On Sat, 18 Jan 1997, Martin Konold wrote:
> But still I am strongly against a split into official and non-official
> Debian CDs.
At least it's distinguished between both. But even that could be seen as
violation of the fundamental policy: from various READMEs it's clear that
all the software in Debian should be free. Defining what is "official"
through something in "non-free" (or something which has the same status)
is very problematic.
I strongly encourage everyone to check if this practice would be still in
sync with the intentions of the project.
I mean, we have alternatives to place Debian in the commercial area and/or
to collect money (ask in Debian-users and you will get millionaire).
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