[Dev] Let's revert and move changes introduced by bugs #645 and #677 on Iceweasel

Jorge Araya Navarro elcorreo at deshackra.com
Thu Nov 5 01:35:23 GMT 2015


El miércoles 04 de noviembre del 2015 a las 1430 horas, Michał Masłowski escribió:

>> A system can be useless if it's missing a part, and without TokBox,
>> firefox hello is nothing. Therefore, I don't feel there is much of an
>> argument to be had. Firefox hello is non-free or semi-free software.
> We can apply the same argument to any other communication software.
> E.g. IRC is useless without other humans, they aren't free software.
>> TokBox does not grant it's users the four freedoms. And requiring
>> someone to set up a loop-server so that you can use firefox hello,
>> would get rid of the person who is running that server's freedoms.
> Not true: loop-server operator wouldn't run a copy of TokBox's software.
> The free software on their computer would communicate with external
> services (which "aren't free or nonfree" and which cannot be replaced by
> local software: it's not SaaSS).
>> Personally, I am glad this has been removed from Iceweasel, it means
>> nobody loses their freedom.
> Except for all people who will use Skype or various other things with
> nonfree client-side code instead.

👋 Pax et bonum.
Jorge Araya Navarro

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