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Re: What is preventing Debian from being fully free at this moment?

Martin Wuertele <maxx@debian.org> writes:

> * Fred <frederiquewp@gmail.com> [2009-07-29 06:12]:
>> I'd love to see Debian comply to real GNU/FSF freedom. When I visit the
>> website it boasts about how it is free.
>> However, it is far from free while it is offering proprietary software as
>> well as having binary blobs in the kernel.
> The kernel part is known an constantly worked on, even upsteream.. If
> you should find any proprietary software in main please feel free to
> file an RC bug, I doubt tough that you will have success. 

To clarify: success of finding. And other than the known kernel
exceptions that are being worked on.

> Please mind that Debian itself only consists of main while contrib and
> non-free are provided for user convenience (see sec 5 of the social
> contract http://www.debian.org/social_contract)
> Yours
> Martin


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