What's the status on this? The issue of LibreJS is coming up again in general, and I will also be requesting some other addons are either default or opt-in (perhaps with a slide in the first-boot setup wizard for PureOS).
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Aug 26 2018
Done, hashcat 4.2.1-1 is in PureOS now.
Aug 23 2018
yagf does not fallback-depend on a non-free package, only a non-existent one.
hashcat does not fallback-depend on a non-free package, only a non-existent one.
p7zip does not suggest a non-free package, only a non-existent one.
xarchiver does not suggest a non-free package, only a non-existent one.
Aug 20 2018
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Aug 8 2018
It is a package manager. You can use it to install a .snap file (snap package) that you have downloaded by some other means, or that you have built yourself locally:
What is the purpose of snapd other than to download packages from external sources?
May 15 2018
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Mar 30 2018
We better solver this independently from PureBrowser, to provide the freedom of opt-out to _not_ installing the plugin.
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Feb 16 2018
Either povray 1:220.127.116.11-2pureos1 went through NEW when I uploaded it on November 27 - three days _before_ your changes, or in went through NEW caused by your interventions.
The package went through NEW after I synchronized it with Debian, which leads to this situation now:
INFO: Can not sync povray: Target version '1:18.104.22.168-2pureos1' is newer/equal than source version '1:22.214.171.124-2'.
So, we can only properly sync this with Debian when the Debian version is newer (the archive will not allow downgrades).
Feb 3 2018
Dec 24 2017
Thanks for sharing!
Dec 21 2017
I don't understand which timeline you are talking about.
Dec 20 2017
This one was uploaded *after* I reverted the previous changes. Now I can't do that anymore without a fake upload, since the PureOS version is newer than in Debian.
@mak I believe you are the one orchestrating what constitutes "default install of PureOS".
This issue was originally reported as T108 but separated: We better solver this independently from PureBrowser, to provide the freedom of opt-out to _not_ installing the plugin.
Dec 16 2017
Dec 6 2017
This issue seems _not_ solved: Current povray package in PureOS green is 1:126.96.36.199-2pureos1 (the version which I explicitly requested to _drop_ as part of this issue).
Nov 30 2017
Whoops, I forgot to close this...
The package has been force-synced with Debian and is now tracking Debian Testing again.
Nov 27 2017
Nov 10 2017
This is not a Freedom issue: It does not fallback-depend on any nonfree implementation but on the virtual package representing any implementation, so does not promote nonfree stuff (even at the stretched levels of suggesting or even mention).
Nov 9 2017
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Nov 1 2017
Fixed by reporting upstream and fixing there.
Fixed package released - should reach green in 24 hours.