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Re: Social Contract GR's Affect on sarge

Humberto Massa wrote:

> I disagree:
> @ 27/04/2004 05:23 : wrote Frank Küster :
>>I bet that the time when Debain will have removed this non-free stuff
>>won't differ much, no matter which of both options we take. Debian does
>>violate it's own SC, in this respect, and this won't change if we delay
>>sarge's release. But it is clear to me that our commitment to our users,
>>and our promise to create "an integrated system of high-quality
>>materials", will be met much better if we take the second one.
> I don't think Debian violates it's own SC.
Look up the majority view on the meaning of the old SC.  Which is also the
original intent, the view on debian-legal, and the only view which both
corresponds to the wording, and allows documentation into Debian at *all*.

There are none so blind as those who will not see.

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