Re: drop or keep non-free - from users viewpoint
* Sven Luther [Wed, Mar 10 2004, 12:28:11PM]:
> > > Ok, they add parts of it. Thanks for clarifying my impressise
> > > terminology. Still part of non-free remains non-free :)
> > That does not make it 'semi-official' though, or what was your point?
> Well, semi-official is vague enough to encompass many things. I don't
> know what was originally meant, but i do believe that you could mean a
> semi-official CD set to contain the whole of the official CD + some
> other stuff, it would be partially official, and so : partial, semi, ...
> Not really important quibling over words though. I just wanted to say
> that i remember there being CD sets with parts of non-free on it, and
> maybe that was what was designed under smei-official.
Puh, too many speculations. Yes, that is what meant - the CDs that are
actually sold and bought by the most users contain non-free software.
Really official (from the project) or not, that is what the end user
gets when s/he orders DEBIAN.
Gesegnet sei der, der nichts erwartet. Er wird nie enttäuscht sein.
-- Alexander Pope