Free Software Foundation (FSF) today announced updates related to its list of fully free GNU/Linux distributions, including the addition of one new distribution called Kongoni, and a milestone release of the Trisquel system.

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8 years 18 weeks 1 day 17 hours ago


Trisquel GNU/Linux 3.0

Trisquel GNU/Linux: « We are proud to announce the Trisquel GNU/Linux 3.0 release, codenamed Dwyn [...] By December 11, 2008, Trisquel GNU/Linux was included by the Free Software Foundation in the list of free GNU/Linux distributions available at the GNU webpage, following the verification process taken to ensure the commitment of the Trisquel development team and community to promoting and distributing only 100% free software. »

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8 years 18 weeks 1 day 13 hours ago


Where is Fedora?

My biggest concern is: Why is Fedora not endorsed? I mean, the distro is one of the more popular ones (competing one the level of Ubuntu and Debian), and it has gone a long way in keeping commitment with Free Software. I really hope to see Fedora on the endorsement list really soon.

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8 years 18 weeks 1 day 6 hours ago


Kongoni added to FSF Free distribution list

Kongoni: « As we reported on the site news a few months ago, Kongoni was evaluated by the Free Software Foundation. As it had always been our goal to create a fully-free distribution based on FSF guidelines it was important to us to get the recognition from the FSF for our efforts, first and foremost as it adds an impartial evaluation to help us identify problem areas and sets a clear standard for us to live up to. The addition to the FSF's listing is an endorsement that our system truly is free, and that we are committed to fixing any freedom-harming issues if they are discovered... »