I'm really sorry, but I can not answer to everyone and all your questions. I feel a bit flooded.
What I can say is that we are working (in real life, I alone, because I'm the only one to manage Debian in the project, we have macist only...) to finish the code of 1.1.0 and release it like we always do : source packaged and freely available, bins ok, tests ok. No buggy soft, no untested features. Now that doctors use our soft and put all patient data in it, we can not deliver a buggy software and we must test update from older version before any release. This means time...
All other extra-non-free content are only downloadable from our server datapack (directly from the application) and users are well informed of all licence and missing features (DDI management mainly). This choice goes beyond the question of licenses since it also implies from managers of the project medical and scientific responsibilities. This is also why we can not accept that forks tries to download and install our private data.
We noticed that Popcon says:
We understand that people are more interested by our data than by our complete solution. This is not exactly what we thought at the start of the project. Whatever, the project goes on!
I hope I made our choices clearer... You can consider that our engagement in free software and specially in debian is still the same since 2008.
La gériatrie, c'est la médecine pour les pères et les mères Noël