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Re: Bits from the release team: the plans for etch

* Bernhard R. Link:

> * Florian Weimer <fw@deneb.enyo.de> [051025 13:51]:
>> * Steve Langasek:
>> > Frank Lichtenheld has already posted an announcement[4] detailing the
>> > release team's plans for the question of non-DFSG documentation in main.
>> Just to clarify, is technical documentation that is only available in
>> non-editable formats (e.g. Postscript files)
> Little nitpick and petition: Please write "generated Postscript files"
> in such examples, as postscript files can be perfectly editable and
> only the existance of easier languages causes the vast majority of
> postscript files being generated non-editable forms. (As is assembler
> files currently, or as C source code would be if almost everyone switched
> to some other language with a compiler generating C code as intermediate
> format.)

On systems without digital restrictions managemet without mandatory
enforcement [1], it goes without saying that you can change bytes as
you like, but it is hardly the preferred way of implementing

Is it really controversial that these problems are bugs?  I assumed
that only the RC status could be subject to debate.

1. Both the kernel and GCC include DRM, but without mandatory

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