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Re: Debian's Linux kernel continues to regress on freedom

Raphael Hertzog writes ("Re: Debian's Linux kernel continues to regress on freedom"):
> I also argued (on IRC) about the fact that removing some non-free parts 
> of upstream source tarballs (like RFC) is not really worth it if we make
> sure that it doesn't end up in binary packages.

I agree with Raphael on this but I didn't think it worth arguing

> I think it's a perfectly valid opinion but I know that it's not the
> predominant opinion within Debian. Given that I'm not affected by such a
> case and given that others are happy with the status-quo, I don't see the
> point to start a discussion about this.

Quite so.  (I'm replying just to make Raphael and perhaps others feel
a bit less isolated.)


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