--- Comment #28 from Karel Volný <kvolny(a)redhat.com> 2013-05-27 11:11:58 CEST ---
(In reply to comment #27)
I've reviewed the rpmfusion guidelines and haven't seen where
probably, this is the rule in question:
and as RPMFusion inherits Fedora rules, you'd need an exception from this,
rather than saying that it's not in RPMFusion rules so it is okay
personally, I wouldn't have any objection against such an exception, but I've
heard rumours that there are machines not connected to Internet where people
want to install Fedora too
Of course, there is Kevin Kofler's claim that the violation was
self evident and obvious, and therefore did not need to be stated.
So, perhaps I've missed the thing that was so obvious (at least to Kevin
Kofler) that it wasn't written in to the guidelines.
ahem, I believe the "selfobvious" argument was directed only to the
interactivity, not to downloads ... needing interaction would mean breaking
kickstarts, automatic updates and the sole "yum -y", that's really obvious
can't do it
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