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I want to ask if PlayOnLinux could be packaged to Fedora. This program
has list of proprietary programs which are not downloaded but could be
installed if you give it setup.exe file.
Also it downloads Windows redistributable when user explicitly wants to
install program (which using this redist) or given redistributable.
If this is not "legal" in terms of Fedora how it's differ from
OpenSource software which are using not-OpenSource addons? Example of
this could be https://marketplace.firefox.com
I think it's sad that this good LGPL wine prefix manager software is
not part of the Fedora and I like to change this.
If the application cannot work without downloading anything, or being supplied
third-party (sometimes proprietary) applications, then it's closer to an
emulator than a front-end that's generally useful.
And emulators aren't allowed in Fedora.