Re: The debate on Invariant sections (long)
En réponse à David B Harris <email@example.com>:
> > 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.
I'm not asking Debian to include components in main. Those components
are already in main. I'm asking to keep in main GNU documentations.
RMS himself gave no hope to a near modification of the GNU FDL.