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Re: Bug reports of DFSG violations are tagged ‘lenny-ignore’?

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On 20-10-2008 16:32, Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 20 2008, Thomas Viehmann wrote:
>> I queried Robert on IRC and told him that he does not have a realistic
>> scenario of fixing the bug and that he would need to come up with a
>> working NMUable patch to in order to even have a viable proposition to
>> move things forward.[1]
>> What are the release and ftp team supposed to do here? Sure, I can
>> type in "dak rm linux-2.6" and see what happens except the www.d.o
>> pseudopackage receiving a bug about removing me from the
>> FTP-Assistants list. Disposing of the luggage that is each
>> supplementaryGid line in LDAP would enable me to move on to happier
>> projects more easily.[2]
>         Seems like there are patches stripping the kernel of these
>  non-free blobs. So, how much would out hardware support be degraded?
>  How many people are affected by these non-free drivers?

	Just as a reference, #484365 talks about linux-libre which
seems to be an effort from FSFLA to remove non-free blobs from
Linux kernel.


Kind regards,
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