On 5/20/07, Michael Phipps <mphipps1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> The above example is not a clean build from the repo, nor is it > official, but it's not meant to be anything beyond a CD for demo or > promotional purposes. As a matter of fact, it may most likely be a > one-time thing created for a specific event. > > Would this still be considered a third party distro? I think that it is. Otherwise, what is, for Haiku, a distro? If you can add apps and fonts and documents and still be the official build, where do you draw the line?
Agreed. The only exception *ATM* is that we don't yet have a base distro. You wouldn't even be allowed to call something "Haiku Compatible". Jorge, I think that as long as we don't have an official distro it's best to just ask if it's OK to add <apps,etc.> and still call your particular CD a "Haiku pre-alpha promo CD". Later, it will be very clear what the official distro is and any modifications will lead to a 3rd-party distro, but our official distro should at that point be good enough for promo CDs. Bye, Waldemar Kornewald