Re: LCC and blobs
>The relevant distinction is whether whether or not we consider there to
>be an adequate abstraction barrier between the two pieces of code.
>Other distinctions don't really matter.
Then why you keep talking about where firmware is stored?
>Drivers for firmware, where the driver would typically be non-functional
>if we didn't ship some non-free software image, we've been treating as
>depending on non-free software.
No, "we" have not. A few people did.