On Tue, Jul 25, 2017 at 10:00:32PM +0200, Robert Mayr wrote:
I think there is not much more to discuss. Seems I am the only one
with real concerns about Freedom, and there isn't any opening to
apply a slight change to the proposal, which would solve that. It is
just sad I tried to find a good compromise, while this was not the
case from the other side.
I think everyone on the council has concerns about Freedom — I
certainly do, and Bex raised some in the ticket as well.
There's also definitely an opening to make a slight change — or even
big changes. However, I don't think for the use case here that asking
users to drop to the terminal and run an install command is really a
slight change. But, I *think* you were proposing that change based on
an understanding that the proposal would allow non-free search results
by default. That's not what's being proposed, though. See the further
clarification in the ticket — even if the repo metadata is installed in
Workstation by default, nothing will search or show it unless the user
explicitly opts in. Isn't that the result you were wanting?
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