Re: Mass bug filing: Cryptographic protection against modification
* Steve Langasek:
>> Wouldn't it be better to admit a mistake and cancel or correct it
>> then not to look too close at what one has done?
>> It doesn't get any better by not looking.
> We provide the guidelines that we use to determine if a work is "free"
> in the document entitled "The Debian Free Software Guidelines". We
> promise that the Debian system and all its components will be free
> according to these guidelines. We will support people who create or use
> both free and non-free works on Debian. We will never make the system
> require the use of a non-free component.
> So you are asserting that license texts are a "component of the Debian
> system", in contradiction to the claims of those who actually voted for
> this GR?
What is a "compoment of the Debian system"? Is there any other
reasonable interpretation but "shipped as part of main"?
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