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Re: Moving libcwd to Debian non-free

also sprach Robert Millan <rmh@debian.org> [2004.10.04.1926 +0200]:
> We provide non-free packages when our users require them (Social
> Contract). If there's no demand for libcwd there's no reason to
> provide it.  This is you as the maintainer who should judge that.

I need the package myself.

> I think it's specialy appropiate to take this in consideration for
> a library that has no reverse dependencies.

Right. So how do I reach out to the 17 users popcon lists?

> Of course, maybe we should just wait for a response from upstream
> and see if they want to re-license :).

Unlikely. But you never know.

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