There's the example of Steinberg's VST, the SDK which you cannot re-distribute but _can_ place a working script of anywhere that expects it to be in the build directory. This Flash thing can be achieved similarly, though personally I don't see the point.
On 10/04/2008, Firmicus <Firmicus@gmx.net> wrote:
Callan Barrett wrote:
Even if it was technically legal to keep a PKGBUILD on the AUR I don't
think it should be home to this sort of crap. JaDa, you haven't given
any real reason for what you're talking about other than telling
everyone you're completely ignorant of what DRM actually is and what
flash player actually does regarding it. Can someone delete the
duplicate package from the AUR? I'm sure nobody else is going to steal
your great idea so no need to park the name.
04-10-2008, 11:45 AM
Flashplugin DRM free?
If you like to think outside the box a bit, fixing this problem can be helped by installing and using gnash, reporting bugs to them and generally helping with development.
It actually is starting to be rather good, but there are rough edges still.