"Trisquel, which was added to the list last December, has issued
its 3.0 release, codenamed "Dwyn." It is the first in a new series
of short term support releases that will be updated every six
months with new software to add features, improved performance, and
"Kongoni, named after the Shona word for "gnu," is based in
Africa. For optimal performance with minimal bandwidth
requirements, it uses a packaging system called "ports" that
downloads programs as source and builds them automatically.
"Trisquel, Kongoni, and the other GNU/Linux system distributions
on the FSF's list only include and only propose free software. They
reject nonfree applications, nonfree programming platforms, nonfree
drivers, nonfree firmware "blobs," and any other nonfree software
and documentation. They uphold a commitment to remove any such
components as they are discovered -- a commitment most well-known
GNU/Linux distributions do not follow."