Re: Flash in debian
On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 10:01 AM, Mike Dupont
> We are not just talking about running here.
> people need to have the freedom to change the code, and not be tied to
> some vendor.
For Debian Main, not non-free.
> we need to have all the sources needed to be able to compile all the
> tools needed to change the code.
the flash game might be free. It could be the case that this can live
> I will not support any debian package that can only be changed on
> windows with some adobe software.
Me neither. Please read section 5 of the Debian social contract
And I quoth:
We acknowledge that some of our users require the use of works that do
not conform to the Debian Free Software Guidelines. We have created
contrib and non-free areas in our archive for these works.
> I hope that is clear, this idea will not get far. Proprietary software
> has very short legs around here.
Not in Non-free. Also, he never said anything about the flash being
> On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 2:09 PM, Christian Welzel <email@example.com> wrote:
>> . As long as there is a Flash-Runtime,
>> an swf can be executed. A free runtime would be gnash.
> James Michael DuPont
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