This program exists and is widely used in the GNU-Linux user community. If there are freedom issues with it, wouldn't it be better to have an entry in the FSD explaining what those are, rather than no information at all? I'm guessing FSD has policies on issues like this, but if it wouldn't break any of them, I would be willing to create a page if someone can point me to some links to an assessment of the freedom issues with VB. --Strypey (talk) 11:27, 3 May 2018 (EDT)
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