[Dev] [GNU-linux-libre] [libreplanet-discuss] QTWebengine is nonfree

Richard Stallman rms at gnu.org
Mon Jan 23 00:00:47 GMT 2017

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  > The situation has definitely improved since the last Debian Lintian
  > report. In the first report there were several thousand files missing
  > license information.
  > That is now down to <100 files.

  > Using ungoogled-chromium's combined patches to strip pre-built binaries
  > and apply privacy fixes would be a minimum requirement in my opinion.

How close is ungoogled-chromium coming to doing what we need?
What concrete changes remain necessary, to bring it to a point where
we could use it?

Dr Richard Stallman
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