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Re: The debate on Invariant sections (long)

On Mon, 12 May 2003 22:08:08 +0200
jmarant@nerim.net (Jérôme Marant) wrote:
> Peter S Galbraith <psg@debian.org> writes:
> > I agree with all your points.  I think we should move forward moving
> > those docs to non-free.  It'll mean a few packages from non-free on
> > my systems, but if that's what RMS wants it's not a huge deal for me
> > as long as they are still available.
> As long as I am a GNU Emacs user, I object to see the Emacs manual
> going to non-free. Currently, it is provided by the emacs package
> and I'm able to read it from emacs itself as soon as the package
> is installed.
> So, from the user point of view, I don't see any benefit of moving
> it elsewhere.

Yes. Non-free stuff sucks, doesn't it? Instead of asking Debian to
include non-Free components in main, try instead to get upstream to
license the documentation in a Free manner.

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