[Dev] status of icecat for armv7h?

Eliot Reyna eliotime3000 at openmailbox.org
Sat Jul 2 03:50:09 GMT 2016

Exist a simple solution to "put back" to Chromium: include Iridium into 
the Parabola repo (is recommended by the FSF into the FSD instead of 
Chromium, and the development is focused to respect the privacy 
excluding all presence of Google intrusive tools and/or another 
licensing issues).

Remember that Chromium and Iridium are based on modified BSD license, 
and maybe an "exorcism" could be needed to make effective into the FSDG.

El 01/07/2016 a las 07:50 a.m., André Silva escribió:
> On 07/01/2016 02:48 AM, fauno wrote:
>> Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <lkcl at lkcl.net> writes:
>>>   basically what i'm saying, is, do consider putting chromium into
>>>   the parabola repository (if it isn't being considered already?) and
>>>   i know that the debian team has already done the patches needed to
>>>   remove the advertising and privacy-violating features that are
>>>   considered to be acceptable by google, so *that* won't be a huge
>>>   effort either.
>> back when chromium was blacklisted in parabola and other libre distro it
>> was about uncertainty on the licensing of at least one source file,
>> maybe that has been solved by now?  i can't recall the details, but it
>> should be documented on our mail archive or gnu-linux-libre's
> We should consider if Debian from its patches removes
> recommendation/support to non-Free add-ons from chromium. Firefox is a
> perfect case that recommends/supports non-Free add-ons and Debian
> doesn't uses FSF directory to solve it.
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