I know Qubes kernel is not fully free but no problem. Qubes OS 3.2 [LWN.net] but for this site said some thinks are not free. Is Qubes fully free but %100.
Will Qubes seek to get certified under the GNU Free System Distribution Guidelines (GNU FSDG)?
Not currently, for the same reasons that Debian is not certified.
So Qubes is as (non-)free as Fedora and Debian, since it’s based on them. You can always remove all non-free software if your hardware works without it (this is what I do).
Qubes ships with non-free software in the templates, whereas stock
Debian wont. You can remove those packages, as @fslover says.
Also, Qubes includes non-free microcode.
As a security OS it doesn’t make sense to remove this.
100% free on commodity hardware is insecure by design.I never presume to speak for the Qubes team.
When I comment in the Forum or in the mailing lists I speak for myself.
Hmm… the problem with the word free in English is that it has two connotations. Free can mean that you don’t pay anything for it, in which case Qubes is free. The other one, is that it gives you the freedom to do anything that you want with it (including looking at the source code and reselling it, etc.). In that sense, the replies before mine address it.