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disfalo wrote

“We had a set of hard requirements, with the most important one being that it must be free software, ideally not only in license but also in spirit.”

Well, it's not.


xxi wrote

Valid point.

However, it's easier for GNOME to hack on the Gitlab base as opposed to, let's say... Github? The vibe I get when reading the comments is that most people view non-free JS as a problem.