Re: Bug#353277: ndiswrapper in main
* Thomas Bushnell BSG [Sat, Feb 18 2006, 05:18:37PM]:
> md@Linux.IT (Marco d'Itri) writes:
> > On Feb 19, Josselin Mouette <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> I wonder why all people go on trying to build up tons of different
> >> fallacious reasonings to keep firmwares in main.
> > Because it's good for Debian and is good for our users.
> Regardless, we already have a commitment: to remove non-DFSG bits from
> the main archive.
> We already had a GR on this, and rejected a second GR to reverse the
> first. Now is the time for you to graciously decide that you have
> been outvoted.
I cannot remember a GR which says exactly this. Neither a GR which would
clarify our definition of "firmware". And the one I follow is that it is
more hardware than a software component.
I guess you mean that "Editorial changes" farce where the majority of
the developers just did not participiate and still feel beeing cheated
by its creators. So please stop creating your own facts from obfuscated
Further, this thread is about an emulation layer. The actuall purpose is
not for discussion - and if you honestly follow the attitude you
presented here, please file RC bugs against all kernel packages
immediately. Their packagers allow people to run non-free software, we
need to strike against this evil, now!
Es ehrt unsere Zeit, daß sie genügend Mut aufbringt, Angst vor dem
Krieg zu haben.
-- Albert Camus