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Re: a legal way to include 3rd party repositories in fedora?



On Wed, 04 Jul 2007 15:23:17 -0200, Thomas M Steenholdt wrote:

> The thing is, that the purpose of the Fedora distribution is to be as
> clean as possible, when it comes to things like this. Even if means that
> a few things won't "work" straight out of the box, it's better than
> "contaminating" the distribution with potentially problematic stuff.
> 
> So in most cases (if not all), you'll find that these things are
> excluded on purpose and cannot be included without violating the Fedora
> policy. I, for one, applaud the exclusion of these things.


However, the question is:  can't it be made easier to add those 
potentially contaminated third party repos?  Is this a legal issue or a 
policy?


-Thufir


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