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Re: Why the GR is not necessary

> According to Thomas Bushnell, BSG:
> > 1) Currently many poeple (as evinced by this very flame war) think
> >    that non-free is part of Debian.  How can we prevent the average
> >    new user from getting this impression?
> Rename "main" to "debian".
> > 2) Bugs in the interactions between main and non-free might hold up a
> >    release.  This should never be allowed to happen [...]
> That's the release manager's call, I think.  Pick a good one.
> > 3) We should provide some kind of back-pressure to avoid the
> >    twin evils of author's releasing softare which is non-free [...]
> >    and nobody taking the initiative to make the free alternatives
> >    really work [...]
> That back-pressure already exists.  It's called "peer pressure".
> -- 
> Chip Salzenberg              - a.k.a. -              <chip@valinux.com>
> "I wanted to play hopscotch with the impenetrable mystery of existence,
>     but he stepped in a wormhole and had to go in early."  // MST3K

Excellent. Can someone with official debian developer status please second 

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