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Re: Criteria for Android applications

From: David Hedlund
Subject: Re: Criteria for Android applications
Date: Sun, 22 Aug 2021 04:32:55 +0200
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On 2021-08-22 02:48, Denis 'GNUtoo' Carikli wrote:
> On Sat, 21 Aug 2021 02:50:19 +0200
> David Hedlund <> wrote:
>> Denis, I linked to
>> in
>> I think it would be useful if
>> linked back to
>> because 1) About half of the apps run on GNU/Linux distros 2) they are
>> easy to use 3) they are popular.
> I've done that.

Thanks. I changed the section name to

>  Though we still need to add all the infos from the
> "Criteria for Android applications" thread and all our discussion back
> inside that Replicant wiki page. Feel free to modify it and/or to ping
> us on IRC if you don't have wiki edition permissions yet.

My user:

Also, I made you an admin on the FSD after I discovered your edits.

>> might be a good
>> collection for the Replicant project wish to set up a first
>> FSDG-compliant mini-repository. For starters, it would be nice if
>> those apps were either approved or rejected in
> As I understand from the thread we'd need to make sure that these
> applications can be compiled and review the source code off all the
> dependencies and the dependencies of the dependencies.
> RepWiFi was made, probably with only free software, for Replicant by a
> Replicant user who seems to know well Java, so it's probably the
> easiest application to review.
> It might even have been compiled on Replicant at some point. If we find
> trace of that and that we double check that it had no other
> dependencies it should be FSDG compliant.
> On my side I also need to also get more familiar with the Free
> Software Directory as I don't know (yet) what information can be added
> on software. Though I'm familiar with the Wikidata project that also has
> a similar goal (store statements about things in a database) but it has
> a much broader scope.
> Denis.

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