Re: "keep non-free" proposal
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- Subject: Re: "keep non-free" proposal
- From: MJ Ray <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 09 Mar 2004 11:07:33 +0000
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On 2004-03-09 06:07:36 +0000 Sven Luther <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I would gladly have seen a ballot of the like of :
A) drop non-free, do not create non-free.org, stop any relationship
with non-free related .debs.
B) drop non-free and create non-free.org
Would a GR that tried to compel actions by other groups be valid? Is
this GR trying to commit the project to producing non-free.org?
C) keep non-free, but take a more active hand in examining and
removing stuff from non-free. [snip!]
Too vague. I tried to discuss this sort of option with you in January,
but you weren't really willing (see my email in a few seconds). I'm
sorry that no-one thought it important enough to form into something
on this ballot for you, but you could have done that too.
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