Re: My position, a little more precisely
> The social contract doesn't say every developer has to be supportive
> of non-free. It just means we're allowed to, and those of you who
> don't like it should live and let live.
True. Actually as I read part five of the social contract, it gives me
the impression that Debian doesn't support non-free software in general,
it only promises to support the packages in non-free that we provide.
Therefore, if no Debian maintainer is willing to package a particular
piece of free software, then we, as a project, are under no obligation
to support it at all.