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(Quoted Bill Auger)
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Chromium-based browsers[1]
 
Chromium-based browsers[1]
* [[Chromium]] itself
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* [[Chromium]] itself. See [[Talk:Chromium]] page for instructions on how to contribute to ongoing evaluation.
 
* [[Iridium Browser]] (based on the Chromium code base)
 
* [[Iridium Browser]] (based on the Chromium code base)
 
* [[Ungoogled-Chromium]]
 
* [[Ungoogled-Chromium]]
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Discourse:
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* [[Discourse]] itself. The current page revision is old and the evaluation needs to take into account the JavaScript trap and LibreJS compatibility. Ssee [[Talk:Discourse]] page for instructions on how to contribute to ongoing evaluation.
  
 
Electron[1]
 
Electron[1]

Revision as of 13:14, 9 February 2018

This page is used to evaluate if suspected software is nonfree so we can remove them from the Directory or avoid to add them.

Software should be considered non-free until proven otherwise - the burdon of proof should be on the developers to prove their code is 100% freely distributable.

Chromium-based browsers[1]

Discourse:

  • Discourse itself. The current page revision is old and the evaluation needs to take into account the JavaScript trap and LibreJS compatibility. Ssee Talk:Discourse page for instructions on how to contribute to ongoing evaluation.

Electron[1]

Qt WebEngine[1][2]

  1. https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/directory-discuss/2017-12/msg00008.html
  2. https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/libreplanet-discuss/2017-01/msg00001.html


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