Add option to install to not add proprietary repos
Currently the openSUSE installer will, by default, add proprietary repositories (openSUSE:Factory:NonFree) to zypper without giving the user an option of disabling it. In the package selection screen, you can only blacklist the repo (not remove it entirely).
To allow users to make the decision whether they want to allow a proprietary repo to be added to their system we should have a checkbox like:
[ ] Enable proprietary repositories.
During the repository selection screen in yast2-installation (when users can select add-on media for the repos). By default we can make it selected, but the main point is that now there's a switch to convert openSUSE into a completely free software distribution.
This would be a first step toward being an FSF-compliant distribution (or at least, more acceptable toward the FSF). While not everyone cares about FSF compliance, I personally would like to make sure that on my own computers (and the computers of people I install GNU/Linux for) contain no proprietary software packages.
And while the kernel Linux contains non-free blobs (which I don't think we remove) this would be a nice first step toward that goal.
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Last change: 8 weeks ago