[blag-whereto] Suite~ A collective appeal to Blag's Future in 2014 ; -)

tristan pinmaritim at riseup.net
Fri Jan 3 09:47:54 UTC 2014

On Thu, 02 Jan 2014 23:26:39 -0200
Alexandre Oliva <lxoliva at fsfla.org> wrote:

> On Jan  1, 2014, Jean-Luc Maillot <jean-luc.maillot at orange.fr> wrote:
> > But freed-ora enven if it runs only 100% free software will not be a
> > FSF free distro!
> Just a nit: Freed-ora is *not* a GNU/Linux-libre distro.  It is just a
> GNU Linux-libre distro.  IOW, it's not a distribution of a complete
> operating system, it's just a distribution of a kernel, that you can use
> as a component of a Free System Distribution, or to replace a major
> non-Free component of the non-Free System Distribution its name alludes
> to.

Thanks for the wise & clear explainations ;-)	

Would  by creating our own repositary be a first step?
from what i understand a repo is essentially a "mirror"of another,
if we were to ask http://gdnewhat.org/ to mirror their repository?
does one need a developper to maintain that repo?
could a libre "Hosting"take care of that?
Freed-ora + a repo i suppose does not still make it a "distribution"
nor does it make "distributable"-unless one can make an iso/Blagified
Freed-ora available on that repo?
Without the official upstream work of a/or develloper(s)
it's not conceivable?And would fail on the FSF guidelines.


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