That Reddit post is 2+ years old, FWIW. Here's the current status of their
project and their goal of getting RYF certification:
https://puri.sm/learn/freedom-roadmap/

Michael

On Mar 7, 2018 18:30, "taii...@gmx.com" <taii...@gmx.com> wrote:

> I wonder how much money it took for the FSF to finally sell out.
>
> "Grassroots:
> Purism, makers of fine free hardware"
>
> https://libreplanet.org/2018/sponsors
>
> Purism isn't free hardware, their computers use standard non-owner
> controlled intel chipsets/cpus with a not actually disabled ME and all the
> hardware initiation is performed by binary blobs.
>
> Here is a post that explains it better than I can.
>
> https://www.reddit.com/r/linux/comments/3anjgm/on_the_librem
> _laptop_purism_doesnt_believe_in/
>
> Purism pretends it is impossible to make free hardware and claim that they
> are doing the best they can, so let us contrast them to companies like
> Raptor Computing Systems (TALOS 2) and Bunny Labs (Novena) who have
> produced real owner controlled libre hardware.
>
>
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