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 ==== If Hyperbola is a fully free distribution,​ is it following the GNU Free System Distribution Guidelines (GNU FSDG)? ==== ==== If Hyperbola is a fully free distribution,​ is it following the GNU Free System Distribution Guidelines (GNU FSDG)? ====
  
-Yes, it is our main goal. Hyperbola is [[https://​www.fsf.org/​news/​fsf-adds-hyperbola-gnu-linux-libre-to-list-of-endorsed-gnu-linux-distributions|listed by the FSF (Free Software Foundation)]] as a Free System Distribution. Hyperbola contains its own [[en:​main:​social_contract|Social Contract]] and [[en:​main:​packaging_guidelines|Packaging Guidelines]] which are the commitment that we make to follow the philosophy of the [[https://​www.gnu.org/​philosophy/​free-software-intro.html|Free Software Movement]] and stay true to the [[https://​www.gnu.org/​distros/​free-system-distribution-guidelines.html|FSDGuidelines]].+Yes, it is our main goal. Hyperbola is the first Brazilian distribution ​[[https://​www.fsf.org/​news/​fsf-adds-hyperbola-gnu-linux-libre-to-list-of-endorsed-gnu-linux-distributions|listed by the Free Software Foundation]] as a Free System Distribution, true to the [[https://​www.gnu.org/​distros/​free-system-distribution-guidelines.html|GNU Free System Distribution Guidelines]]. Hyperbola contains its own [[en:​main:​social_contract|social contract]] and [[en:​main:​packaging_guidelines|packaging guidelines]] which are the commitment that we make to follow the philosophy of the [[https://​www.gnu.org/​philosophy/​free-software-intro.html|Free Software Movement]].
  
-==== What is LTS (Long Term Support)? ====+==== What is Long Term Support ​(LTS)? ====
  
 **L**ong **T**erm **S**upport (LTS) is a type of special versions or editions of software designed to be supported for a longer than normal period. **L**ong **T**erm **S**upport (LTS) is a type of special versions or editions of software designed to be supported for a longer than normal period.
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 Unlike distributions such as Arch which are rolling release models, our goal is extend the period of software maintenance;​ it also alters the type and frequency of software updates (patches) to reduce the risk, expense, and disruption of software deployment, while promoting the dependability of the software. Unlike distributions such as Arch which are rolling release models, our goal is extend the period of software maintenance;​ it also alters the type and frequency of software updates (patches) to reduce the risk, expense, and disruption of software deployment, while promoting the dependability of the software.
  
-See our [[en:​main:​releases|Releases]] page for further details.+See our [[en:​main:​releases|releases]] page for further details.
  
 ==== How Hyperbola stability works? ==== ==== How Hyperbola stability works? ====
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 Be sure to take a look at the [[en:​main:​Social Contract|Hyperbola Social Contract]], it guides us in all we do. Be sure to take a look at the [[en:​main:​Social Contract|Hyperbola Social Contract]], it guides us in all we do.
  
-===== FAQ (Frequently asked Questions) ​=====+===== FAQ =====
  
 Our [[en:​main:​FAQ|frequently asked questions]] is to provide answers to questions often asked by users who moved to Hyperbola GNU/​Linux-libre from the Arch GNU/Linux and other GNU/Linux ones. It discusses issues caused by making the system completely free. Our [[en:​main:​FAQ|frequently asked questions]] is to provide answers to questions often asked by users who moved to Hyperbola GNU/​Linux-libre from the Arch GNU/Linux and other GNU/Linux ones. It discusses issues caused by making the system completely free.
 For explanation on technical details of the system look at [[https://​wiki.archlinux.org/​index.php/​Frequently_asked_questions|Arch FAQ]]. For explanation on technical details of the system look at [[https://​wiki.archlinux.org/​index.php/​Frequently_asked_questions|Arch FAQ]].
  
-===== IRC Channels/​Chatrooms ​=====+===== IRC Channels =====
  
 The official Hyperbola channel is **#​hyperbola**,​ hosted on Freenode. The official Hyperbola channel is **#​hyperbola**,​ hosted on Freenode.