--- Comment #13 from Xavier Bachelot <xavier(a)bachelot.org> ---
Indeed, if Java3D goes to RPM Fusion, everything depending on it goes to RPM
Fusion too. They could be moved back to Fedora once Java3D moves back to Fedora
too (providing there are no other issue with them for Fedora, of course). I
think it's better to have the packages in RPM Fusion rather than not having
them at all, but you might have a different opinion :-)
Imho, the first step on the way to try and resolve this issue is to file a bug
upstream. That's why I first checked upstream bugtracker, then commented in
this ticket after failing to find a corresponding bug.
I'm a bit surprised this package is in Debian, as the license should probably
be considered non-free for Debian too.
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