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Re: [GNU-linux-libre] Uruk GNU/Linux evaluation

From: Ali Abdul Ghani
Subject: Re: [GNU-linux-libre] Uruk GNU/Linux evaluation
Date: Sun, 3 Jul 2016 01:30:33 -0700

> Further, I am concerned that some of the feedback being given in this
> thread is sending mixed messages. Specifically with regard to comments
> about the quality of some of the code/scripts in the distro. i don't
> know the details, so I am going to just make some general statements
> that I think should cover most cases.
the code quality comments in this thread

Talking about Script we think using it in the future
its not part from uruk gnu/linux in this time

2016-07-01 13:32 جرينتش-07:00, Joshua Gay <address@hidden>:
> On 07/01/2016 03:28 PM, Dima Krasner wrote:
>> ---- On Fri, 01 Jul 2016 21:35:16 +0300 *Joshua Gay <address@hidden>*
>> wrote ----
>>     We have decided to update the GNU Free Distribution Guidelines to
>> state
>>     that a distro can rely upon the repositories of another 100% free
>>     distro
>>     that is listed on the free-distros page. The exact wording of this
>> has
>>     not been figured out, but, the fact that Uruk relies upon Trisquel
>>     GNU/Linux should no longer be viewed as a blocker.
>> What about not self-hosting distros, built using another 100% free
>> distro?
> The self-hosting requirement and the small system distribution exception
> are part of the "Complete Distro" requirement. This section will not be
> effected by the new exception.
> The new exception will be to the section "Commitment to Correct
> Mistakes". This requirement states: "Our requirement is for the
> distribution developers to have a firm commitment to promptly correct
> any mistakes that are reported to them." There is one situation where we
> will find it acceptable if the distribution developers are not able to
> promptly correct a mistake reported to them and that is if they can not
> do this because they are relying upon repositories which are hosted by
> another 100% free distro which is also listed on
> <>. In that situation, it
> will be expected that the distro developers will file a nonfree bug
> against the 100% free distro.
> I haven't figured out the exact wording of the exception yet, but that
> is the general idea.

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