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Re: [seul-edu] ISO evals

Darryl Palmer wrote:
Add xplns to the list.  It is free to distribute but the source is not
I let this lay longer than I intended. We haven't completely decided what is and what isn't acceptable for our ISO. Do we require all packages to be Free/Open Source, do we require all packages to meet Debian standards for inclusion, do we accept packages that are freely distributable even if source isn't available, etc.? I realize that it we go with a laxer standard for inclusion we won't be in lockstep with DebianEdu, but I'd hate to see good, useful educational software that we have permission to distribute be avoided for philosophical reasons without our having examined our reasoning closely enough.

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