This issue should be solved by now.
Unbreak Now! (4)
Needs Triage (2)
Freedom Issue (9)
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maybe, thanks for the tip.
Sat, Jul 3
is it perhaps possible to use the binary /usr/lib/grub/i386-coreboot/cbmemc.mod already provided in package grub-coreboot-bin?
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Debian requires freely licensed source.
An artifact of a build process is not source.
Some third-party simply redistributing the artifact does not make it source.
Some third-party forking the artifact as a new project may make it source (depending on whether it is treated as the preferred form for modification by that new upstream author).
@jonas.smedegaard is a package like the above: that is not a standalone project but an artifact generated in the build process of coreboot something that would normally be ok to package as a debian package.
Or is there any debian guideline against packaging something like this?
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Jun 16 2021
hm. This isue seems solved now.
Jun 15 2021
Jun 12 2021
Just stumbled upon yet another meta search engine which might (or might not - e.g. it doesn't seem decentralized) be relevant to consider: https://search.lilo.org/
This is not a Freedom issue: Promoting a commercial service does not violate the GNU Free Distribution Guidelines.
Instead, it is arguably a privacy issue - i.e. the code does not in itself leak personal data but promotes the use of a service which does.
This is a meta-issue tracking a bundle of issues, and as such not a Freedom issue (that is identified for each individual unbundled issue).
This is a meta-issue tracking a bundle of issues, and as such is not in itself a Freedom issue (that it identified for each unblundled issue). Lowering priority accordingly.
This is an issue in Debian but not in PureOS, because PureOS offers no nonfree packages.