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Fedora Workstation Proposal: Ease Installation of Non-Free Software

The Fedora Workstation working group has come out with a proposal to ease Fedora's traditional "see no evil" approach to non-free software in the hope of making the distribution appealing to a wider group of users. "In order to keep with the Fedora policy of only shipping free software we will only make available 3rd party software that offers their own repository for their software. Examples here include Google Chrome and Adobe Acrobat."

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