100% GPL??

Ron K. Jeffries rjeffries at gmail.com
Fri Dec 10 23:24:29 EST 2010

Wolfgang & Co. needs to respond, but from the
sidelines, my understanding has been the Nanonote OpenWRT does NOT
include BLOBs, and the Qi Hardware people are very careful to not
support non-free software packages.

To my mind, LibreWRT is harmless, but at the same time
does not offer meaningful value add.

Ron K. Jeffries

On Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 10:13, Niels Serup <ns at metanohi.org> wrote:
>> Can someone briefly explain how LibreWRT is different form, and if
>> true, "better than" the stock NanoNote distro?
> LibreWRT uses the Linux-libre kernel (the one without the non-free blobs
> which are present in the vanilla kernel). Apart from this, there might
> me some packages that are included in OpenWRT (the NanoNote stock
> distro) but not in LibreWRT, because of their non-freeness. I don't know
> if any such packages exist in qi-hardware's NanoNote version of OpenWRT,
> but I wouldn't be surprised if OpenWRT included a few non-free programs.
> Also see http://www.librewrt.org
> Niels
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