On Wed, Sep 12, 2007 at 02:07:55PM +0200, Luk Claes wrote: > What about adding clarifications, what about summarising parts of the RFC? You don't need a free license to do either of those things, though, which is part of the reason why... > It's more about the freedom to fix things or to use things than it is to > make it buggy... It's also not only about Debian, but in fact more about > the freedom of our users to modify RFCs... ...modifying RFCs isn't a freedom most people value even slightly. Which is fine -- we distribute a bunch of stuff that doesn't have that freedom to people who appreciate having it packaged anyway -- that's one of the reasons we have non-free. If making RFCs available via non-free is awkward, or we're worried adding more interesting stuff to non-free might encourage people to use other non-free stuff they wouldn't otherwise, those are technical problems we can fix by improving our packaging tools and making non-free more fine-grained respectively. What's the value in continuing to debate this topic?  Cheers, aj  Well, other than giving us an excuse to call each other wackos and morons, of course...
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