[Fsf-Debian] No response?

Bryan Quigley gquigs at gmail.com
Sat Aug 4 00:19:26 UTC 2012

> > Op 03-08-12 17:46, Daniel Kahn Gillmor schreef:
> > > Debian is already 100% free software.
> >
> > In Debian there is a contrib and a non-free section. This is
> > officially not a part of Debian, but in reality it is (in my opinion).
> The Debian project says those sections are not part of Debian,
> explicitly in their foundational documents. Do we not allow the Debian
> project to say what is and is not part of Debian?

So if Ubuntu declares that multiverse and restricted are not "part of
Ubuntu" the FSF should take their word on it? [For this requirement, Ubuntu
has other issues]

> > I don't want to change that, but I want to "move it away" to another
> > organisation.
> Okay. But can we at least agree to use the definition of “Debian” that
> the Debian project have given consistently from the beginning?

 What project or system is non-free a part of?

Please see "Why is this important?"  http://www.gnu.org/distros/

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