Re: General Resolution: Removing non-free
email@example.com (Marc Haber) writes:
> >Do you have a problem comprehending the concept of sources.list?
> Do you have a problem seeing that losing the ability of reporting
> non-free bugs via the BTS will be a loss for the users? Debian isn't
> for developers only.
I never said they couldn't use our BTS for that.
I never said they couldn't use another BTS for that.
> >Debian has always been about supporting Free Software. I am concerned
> >about people like you moving towards proprietary software.
> Without non-free, Debian degenerates to a freak-only distribution,
I guess that means it is a "Freak-only" distribution now, because our
distribution does not contain non-free as it stands.
> people will laugh at us. And it won't do Free Software any favor since
> everybody will turn to commercially maintained distributions.
Actual evidence suggests that your predications are highly incorrect.
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