I see.  Well, I'm not sure what the answer should be, but I can tell you that 
it being "non-free" is a significant deterrent against anyone downloading and 
installing this or anyone's snap, or so I would think.

> On Sep 17, 2016, at 8:10 AM, Érico P <ericoporto2...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Hello Spencer,
> 
> I may be wrong, but right now all snaps are flagged as non-free. I don't know 
> if there's a way to tell right now if the snap is a result of open or 
> proprietary code - and binary blobs.
> 
> The way I can think of doing this would be remotely building every snap in 
> the same environment, away from the developer/packager, to ensure, based on 
> the listed sources and licenses, that what this environment is grabbing to 
> build the snap, is all indeed free open source code. There must be other 
> forms, I don't know what's planned.
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Érico Vieira Porto
> 
> 
> Em 17 de set de 2016 3:24 AM, "Spencer Parkin" <spencertpar...@gmail.com> 
> escreveu:
>> At the risk of e-mailing the list again too soon (low frequency of spamage 
>> is a good policy, especially if, like me, you have a tenancy to alienate 
>> yourself from people with excessive naivity and stupidity), I wanted to ask: 
>> how can I re-assure the Ubuntu Store that my program is indeed free?  It 
>> says it's "non-free," because "[it] may contain non-free components."
>> 
>> I'm using wxWidgets, OpenGL, and boost.  I'm fairly certain those are free.  
>> I'm not a legal expert, though.  And I can't think of anything else I might 
>> be using that would make it non-free.
>> 
>> Thoughts?
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> --Sp 
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