This project seems like an utter waste of time. Let's think about it for a moment:
Linux kernel is free software. It's distributed under the GPL and the source is readily available. It
contains few blobs of firmware that are not free, however.
Now, keeping the above fact in mind, what should one do if he wants to run only free software?
Easy: use hardware that does not require those firmware-blobs. Problem solved, you would then
be running only free software.
But instead of that, FSFLA decided to waste their time and energy in to removing those blobs. It
seems to me that they think that merely having those bits of code on their hard-drives will
somehow taint them and their computers, and that is why they have to be removed. To me that
seems like a such.... extreme and fundamental way of looking at this.
Those bits can be on your hard-drive, and they would not affect you at all if you only used
hardware that did not require them. Instead of wasting your time on this, how about actually
making free software better? The work you are doing will not bring one additional user to free
software. If you used your time improving Open Office, GNOME, KDE or any other piece of Free
Software you might actually make more people use free software. What you are doing now does
not do that.