*countable infinities only
Bryn M. Reeves
bmr at redhat.com
Thu May 31 13:56:15 UTC 2012
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On 05/31/2012 02:48 PM, Gregory Maxwell wrote:
> From Fedora 18 on, Fedora will no longer include the freedom to for
> a user to create a fork or respin which is the technological equal
> of the Project's output. Instead, this freedom will be available
> exclusively from Microsoft for $99 under unspecified conditions.
That's a rather un-nuanced take on things and do remember that the
discussions are still ongoing.
While there are definitely still some concerns around what is proposed
if you took the time to read the URL you posted it should be
abundantly clear that there are no restrictions placed on users who do
not wish to have the secure boot signature checks enforced.
Your message reads as alarmist and flame-baiting especially when there
are discussions still going on *right now* on Fedora mailing lists,
irc channels etc. on this topic.
> I wish this were a joke.
Suggest something better then: this is open source.
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