On Wed, 2005-03-02 at 23:56 -0500, Eric Warnke wrote:
I know this will open a large can of worms, so please take this
as mearly a way of opening a dialog on the subject.
Objecive 2 of the Fedora "contract" specifies that it should be built
exclusivly from open source software.
But is firmware software? It is more like a document, image, or other
fixed item. What about Creative Commons "by" and "by-nd" licensed
documentation are those items locked out of Fedora as well?
It's an interesting take on firmware.
It makes me wonder if there's a lot of difference between Fedora
trademarks and firmware, in that both are free-as-in-beer, but if you
wish to roll your own fedora (AFAIK) you have to remove all the Fedora
Or am I totally confused?