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                            Matthias Klumpp <matthias@tenstral.net>;                            <br>
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                            Tanglu development list <tanglu-devel@lists.tanglu.org>;                                                                                                     <br>
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                            Non-free Linux firmware                            <br>
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                                        <td valign="top">Hi!<BR>For the Aequorea release, we still have to decide how we should handle<BR>the non-free firmware, which is required for some hardware and some<BR>features (e.g. KMS with free graohics drivers).<BR>These are the options we have:<BR> 1) Ship the firmware in main<BR> 2) Ship firmware in non-free, like Debian, and enable non-free by default<BR> 3) Use extra-repo for firmware and enable it by default<BR> 4) Don't ship non-free firmware by default<BR>Is there some preference for a certain option?<BR>Cheers,<BR>    Matthias<BR><BR>-- <BR>Debian Developer | Freedesktop-Developer<BR>I welcome VSRE emails. See <a href="http://vsre.info/" target=_blank >http://vsre.info/</a><BR>_______________________________________________<BR>Tanglu-devel mailing list<BR><a ymailto="mailto:Tanglu-devel@lists.tanglu.org" href="javascript:return">Tanglu-devel@lists.tanglu.org</a><BR><a
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