Okay, so this is the list of FSF official distros:
While they do take contributions, it still seems dated.
On this Linux-libre kernel Wike page (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux-libre
), It list:
BLAG Linux and GNU
However, I thought arch still had proprietary stuff, even if you could
use the Libre kernel. I like chakra, but I don't know as it's page isn't very descriptive. (http://chakra-linux.org/about.html
So, my question is, which of these distros are fully free and what other distros are available with a modern (preferably Gnome 3 or KDE 4+) and is fully free?
And as mentioned in my other thread (http://www.linuxformat.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=14579
), is debian in fact fully free? There isn't enough clear information.