Re: non-free --> non-dfsg
firstname.lastname@example.org (Joey Hess) wrote:
> Hm, non-debian does have its good points.
It has some potential problems, too. It could imply that the packages
found there are not built by Debian volunteers, or that they do not
adhere to Debian's policy standards, or that they are not supported by
Debian's bug tracking system, all of which are false.
Finally, I find non-debian-free to be redundant. This is a subdirectory
of the Debian's site. Therefore, non-free immediately implies