Re: Bug#283578: ITP: hot-babe -- erotic graphical system activity monitor
On Sun, 05 Dec 2004, Nick Sillik wrote:
> On Sun, 2004-12-05 at 16:22 +0100, Paul Plop wrote:
> > A flower may not be a good idea. For many specialists, a flower is a
> > phallic representation. I could hurt some people's sensibility.
This is pointless.
Let's just have hot-babe with as much nudity/porn/whatever as the maintainer
might want, and put it on non-us since it is illegal to distribute such
things in the USA (and unlike the possibility of offending people's
sensibilities, THIS is a real issue as things stand). While at it, we
should also move anything else that the USA law could classify as a reason
to bust Debian/SPI people in jail, to non-us. There isn't much of it, I
Other than that, we could (as someone else suggested) have jigdo lists
per-country, removing files that are unlawful or really, really a bad idea
for that country. Keeping such a database is not too painful, as long as we
do not even bother with it unless someone of such a country shows up to
provide us with a full list of offending packages, along with the legal
references that cause each and every package in the list to be removed.
That database would be public, and it would be useful for other projects as
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