Le vendredi, 17 août 2012 14.03:38, Raphael Hertzog a écrit : > Maybe we should fix DFSG #2 to say “The program must include source code > for all the files that gets installed in the Debian binary packages [...]“. With this modification, upstream might then include (distributable) win32 executables (or whatever else) in their upstream tarballs and have them distributed by the Debian mirrors network without us taking a close look at them? I don't see why we should only be looking at what we distribute in the binaries we distribute and not in the sources: we are also distributing "blessed" tarballs as a central part of our free software distribution. If we stop doing that in "our" source tarballs, then why should be care about non- recompiled blobs in our binary packages? Cheers, OdyX
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