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Re: [GNU-linux-libre] Is systemd long-term compatible with software free

From: Michał Masłowski
Subject: Re: [GNU-linux-libre] Is systemd long-term compatible with software freedom?
Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 18:05:51 +0100
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> "Since most downstream distributions have strict licensing and trademark
> requirements (and rightly so), any kind of closed source software (or
> otherwise non-free) does not fit into this scheme at all."

It also means problems for (users of) projects with documentation not
being a free cultural work or containing nonmodifiable nonfunctional

> In other terms, Poettering is explicitly announcing that systemd will
> facilitate the inclusion of non-free software in free software
> distributions.

Anything beyond the above quote supporting your reasoning?

Should we oppose all features that users can use to efficiently install
nonfree software?  Like browser addons, shared libraries or loadable

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