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Re: DFSG2: The patch exception

Oscar Levi wrote:
> > If you truely belive TeX's license is non-free, you're acting directly
> > contrary to the goals of debian by allowing it in on an exception because
> > there will never be any motivation to fix the problem.
> However, some things may be sufficiently free that we can make them
> available for our systems.  Perhaps we won't put the on the CDs, but
> we can make the software available.

So you seem to agree with me, since our name for the area containing such 
packages is "non-free". As I said, if it's not free, it doesn't belong in
debian (so it goes in non-free). It doesn't sound like you're a proponent of
exceptions or timeouts either.

see shy jo

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