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Re: summary of non-free/contrib policy

> As to your position that one country's laws should not affect our
> distribution setup, it is admirable but unpragmatic.

Impractical because master is in the U.S.?  Even if the non-US packages
need to be on another directory tree in the "free world," I don't think
that this should preclude their inclusion in "main" nor do I think that
packages dependent on them should necessarily be relegated to "contrib."

If, as I believe you said, source dependencies on non-main packages would
disqualify that package from the main description, then it would seem that
all PGP-signed files would need to be removed.  Obviously I'm stretching
things here.

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