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Re: Fedora Freedom and linux-libre



On Jun 18, 2008, Rahul Sundaram <sundaram fedoraproject org> wrote:

> Not all game maps are purely non functional data for example.

That's fine.  The exception is not for game maps.  It's for
non-functional data.

> GFDL has non variant sections and so on.

That's fine.  As long as all invariant sections (if any) are
non-functional, it's still ok.

> Suffice to say there are lots of border line cases.

There aren't, really, unless you take the examples for guidelines,
instead of understanding the social, ethical and moral principles that
led to the guidelines, for which a few examples are given.

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