Consensus: GFDL is not DFSG-free (was: A possible GFDL compromise: a proposal
* Mathieu Roy (email@example.com) [030909 16:05]:
> Andreas Barth <firstname.lastname@example.org> a tapoté :
> > And the DFSG draw a sharp line: Either a package matches the DFSG,
> > then it could be part of Debian,
> > and be uploaded to main. Or a package doesn't match. Then it can't
> > be part of main. There is nothing else to discuss at d-l
> And nothing will ever change? The distinction I'm talking about is not
> in the DFSG, that's correct.
Ok, then we can end this discussion here. We have consensus that the
GFDL is not DFSG-free.
So the only question left is: How can the removal / moval to non-free
be done in the least problematic manner? This must of course be
decided in a package-by-package-basis, and is up to the discretion of
the package maintainers, as long as the removal from main is scheduled
in adaequate time.
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