Re: FYI: GNU Emacs Manual to be moved to non-free
En réponse à Thien-Thi Nguyen <email@example.com>:
> Jérôme Marant <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> (if Debian decides to apply
> DFSG to documentation).
> that is the crux of the problem. guess i'll stick w/ debian for most
> things, but /usr/local installation for emacs -- this has worked well
> for awhile now. i feel there is no point arguing the applicability of
But you loose the advantage of dependencies, don't you?
Maybe stow can handle this?
> DFSG to documentation (IMHO it is not applicable); if people want to
Yes, this is the point of the debate.
> avoid the tricky problem of harmonizing licenses and instead go for
> simpler reject-all-that-is-not-ours immune system repsonse, that's
Isn't it also the users' business?
> the root of ethical behavior does not lie in the prevailing legal
> environment, nor in the actions of others.
Jérôme Marant <email@example.com>