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Re: [GNU-linux-libre] review PureOS ISO

From: Zlatan Todoric
Subject: Re: [GNU-linux-libre] review PureOS ISO
Date: Thu, 9 Jun 2016 18:27:34 +0200
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On 06/09/2016 05:24 PM, Joshua Gay wrote:
> * Can you tell us how you go about deblobbing the kernel? Did you base
> your work on an existing set of scripts used to deblob the kernel or did
> you write your own?

We used libre kernel before but we now settled with Debian kernel which
is since totally free nowdays (since Wheezy if I am not mistaking).

> * Do you comply with this section of the guidlines:
> (<>)?
> Specifically, do you tell people how they can file nonfree bugs if they
> find them?

Yes, people can go to and fill bugs. Notice
that we are preparing our own infrastructure so we aren't dependent on
GitHub but rather just mirror there from our infra.

> *  Your distro should not have users select official Debian GNU/Linux
> repos. These repos have contrib and nonfree areas and many Debian
> packages make it trivial easy to select the contrib and nonfree areas.
> Users don't need to be prevented from manually adding repos, but your
> distro shouldn't steer users toward Debian GNU/Linux repos, since Debian
> GNU/Linux itself does not meet the GFDG.

We don't, our repos are:

deb stretch main
deb pureos main
deb stretch/updates main

And we only have main in sync so adding contrib and non-free is not

> Josh


Director of Technology @Purism

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