Re: Sorry, no more RC bugs for non-free data in main (was: Bug#385115: chromium-data: Unclear license for some files)
I strongly disagree with your arguments. It looks that we have
opposite way of thinking, so I will not reply to them, it is going to
nowhere. Don't worry, as I said, I won't continue searching for this.
If this is the common feeling here, I think I made a serious mistake
choosing Debian, because it does not follow my definition of freedom.
I would like to urge to change the Social Contract to be clarified
this in this case. I'm serious about that, it is no joke, because I
feel mislead. When reading it I was thinking I was doing the correct.
I was not sending those bugs because I am bad person, I was actually
thinking that was the common feeling and the correct think to do.
Currently, under my point of view, the Social Contract and guidelines
do not reflect reality, they are just hypocrisy. This is a subjective
view, I know, but I think I'm not the only person in the world who may
understand it this way, so please, clarify.
And in case your way of think is not the common feeling, please make a
poll or something. Until this is completely clear, I won't be morally
happy using nor giving my time to the Debian project, so you won't be
bothered with those bugs again.