[Dev] Misleading information in EOMA68 news

Paul Kocialkowski contact at paulk.fr
Wed Aug 17 18:25:43 GMT 2016

Le mardi 16 août 2016 à 20:34 +0100, Josh Branning a écrit :
> On 16/08/16 20:14, Paul Kocialkowski wrote:
> > 
> > I certainly wouldn't mix
> > "respects your freedom" and "the FSF's respect your freedom certification".
> So what would you say instead; that is, for a device that is completely 
> free in software terms, but hasn't been through the FSF's certification 
> process?

"runs with fully free software" means something precise, I don't see any problem
with it. But of course, it doesn't apply here.

> ___________________________________________________________________
> ... Either way, I think the conversation is diverging a bit from your 
> (IMO) completely valid and excellent point that the parabola news 
> article is somewhat misleading, and should really be corrected 
> (especially now that we've realised that we can't even find the pdf of 
> schematics for the EOMA68 when "libre hardware" is mentioned).

Okay so we should try to come up with suggestions for each sentence that I
quoted in the first email, that don't use "freedom-friendly" since the consensus
is to avoid that term.

Any propositions?

Paul Kocialkowski, developer of low-level free software for embedded devices

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