cdr <email@example.com> writes:
> Some of our chips or chipsets contain proprietary firmware in flash
Right. It's preferable to run free software in firmware, of course,
but the openmoko platform is entirely free software. There is also a
minimum to what constitutes a computer.
Our computers contains a shitload of proprietary firmware. It is only
recently that you are able to buy some motherboards which are coreboot
compatible for the BIOS.
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