--- Comment #16 from Orcan Ogetbil <oget.fedora(a)gmail.com> 2009-02-22 20:20:19 ---
(In reply to comment #15)
(In reply to comment #14)
> Good point. Yeah, why are splitting the free and nonfree .cfg files in
> different RPMs?
I'd say: For the same reasons why we split the repo into free and nonfree: To
make sure that people don't accidentally install or use software they don't
want (people that only want free software) or are not allowed to use
(non-commercial software in a commercial environment)
Yes, but the primary purpose of these .cfg files is not installing software on
your computer, and furthermore, installing a mock helper package that contains
non-free .cfg files will not install non-free software in anyone's computer.
There are few other steps the user should take to install non-free software.
The number of these steps is comparable to the number of steps of you take when
installing a non-free software you downloaded with firefox. So, shall we put
firefox on non-free?
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