Like the subject says:
10 Jul 13 | 15:05:35 ~ $ vrms Non-free packages installed on sector11 --> amd64-microcode Processor microcode firmware for AMD CPUs --> firmware-ipw2x00 Binary firmware for Intel Pro Wireless 2100, 2200 and --> firmware-iwlwifi Binary firmware for Intel PRO/Wireless 3945 and 802.11 firmware-linux Binary firmware for various drivers in the Linux kerne firmware-linux-nonfree Binary firmware for various drivers in the Linux kerne --> firmware-ralink Binary firmware for Ralink wireless cards gawk-doc Documentation for GNU awk unrar Unarchiver for .rar files (non-free version) - binary w64codecs win64 binary codecs Contrib packages installed on sector11 --> b43-fwcutter utility for extracting Broadcom 43xx firmware conky-all highly configurable system monitor (all features enabl --> firmware-b43-installer firmware installer for the b43 driver --> firmware-b43legacy-installer firmware installer for the b43legacy driver flashplugin-nonfree Adobe Flash Player - browser plugin --> iucode-tool Intel processor microcode tool libxnvctrl0 NV-CONTROL X extension (runtime library) ttf-mscorefonts-installer Installer for Microsoft TrueType core fonts 9 non-free packages, 0.5% of 1834 installed packages. 8 contrib packages, 0.4% of 1834 installed packages. 10 Jul 13 | 15:05:38 ~ $
What say you?
Well, it depends what you mean by safe to delete. Some of the apps in the contrib list are useful, like conky and flashplugin, and in the non-free list, unrar is always nice to have. But there are only one package that I would say no to deleting, and that is "amd64-microcode". If you have a amd cpu, you probably should keep this package.
I`m sorry if my humour doesn`t please you, but as linux-distros most, I`m not for everyone
Well, unless you have an old Bcom wireless card, you can remove the b43 packages without a worry. The other wireless drivers should also be safe so long as you are sure you aren't using them.