On Tue, 2014-04-22 at 06:46 -0400, Christian Schaller wrote: > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "Nikos Roussos" <comzer...@fedoraproject.org> > > > There is also a third group, somewhere in between, who believe that's ok > > to ship Free Software that connects and interops with proprietary > > services (gtalk, aws, etc), but it's not ok to ship proprietary > > software, metadata about proprietary software or advertise proprietary > > services through our main UI tools. > > > > You should also keep in mind that "Functional" is very subjective and I > > don't see how it can walk through such debates. People will still align > > the "Functional" foundation to align with their point of view ;) > > > So this group believes it is ok to ship an open source twitter client in > Fedora as long > as the client doesn't know how to connect to twitter or has any metadata > mentioning it can > be used to connect to twitter? ;)
With "metadata about proprietary software" I mean metadata used to *install* proprietary software.
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