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 ====== Hyperbola Packaging Guidelines ====== ====== Hyperbola Packaging Guidelines ======
  
-The **Hyperbola Packaging Guidelines** is the commitment that we, the Hyperbola Project, make to the Free Software Community in general and our users in particular. It is because of this that our packaging guidelines will always follow the philosophy of freedom, privacy, stability and security.+The **Hyperbola Packaging Guidelines** is the commitment that we, the Hyperbola Project, make to the Free Software Community in general and our users in particular. It is because of this that our packaging guidelines will always follow the philosophy of __freedom, privacy, stability and security__.
  
   - **Freedom**:​ All packages follow the [[https://​www.gnu.org/​distros/​free-system-distribution-guidelines.html|GNU Free System Distribution Guidelines]]. They do not include or recommend non-free software or documentation and do not provide any type of support for the installation or execution of non-free software. This includes:   - **Freedom**:​ All packages follow the [[https://​www.gnu.org/​distros/​free-system-distribution-guidelines.html|GNU Free System Distribution Guidelines]]. They do not include or recommend non-free software or documentation and do not provide any type of support for the installation or execution of non-free software. This includes:
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   - **GPG**: All packages should use signature verification. Exceptions are considered:   - **GPG**: All packages should use signature verification. Exceptions are considered:
     * a) If tarballs do not contain signatures.     * a) If tarballs do not contain signatures.
-  - **Anti-obfuscation**:​ obfuscation is the deliberate act of creating obfuscated code, i.e. source or machine code that is difficult for humans to understand. All obfuscated code will be rejected without exceptions.+  - **Anti-obfuscation**:​ obfuscation is the deliberate act of creating obfuscated code, i.e. source or machine code that is difficult for humans to understand. All obfuscated code will be **rejected** without exceptions.