[Freedombox-discuss] Policy questions

Jonas Smedegaard dr at jones.dk
Wed May 4 13:38:18 UTC 2011

On 11-05-04 at 08:44am, Joshua Spodek wrote:
> On Wed, 2011-05-04 at 12:26 +0000, 
> freedombox-discuss-request at lists.alioth.debian.org wrote:
> > I believe we should not try to cover all cyber warfare use with the 
> > FreedomBox, but (at least at first) on creating a box that is 
> > _usable_ and with relatively "harmless" tools loaded on it.
> Moreover, if someone wants a FreedomBox that works in a "cyber war 
> zone", he or she will be able to make a better one starting from a 
> working generic FreedomBox in a non-cyber war zone than trying to get 
> one started from scratch now.
> Personally, I imagine the best thing we can do for people who could 
> use a FreedomBox in a dangerous place today is to make a working one 
> in a non-dangerous place as soon as possible.
> Since the software will all be free, anyone will be able to modify it 
> as necessary or desired. They'll know how to modify it or request help 
> from others better than anyone.

Thanks.  That is _exactly_ what I tried to say.  You are good!

 - Jonas

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