Distributing and sharing 3rd-party bundles guidelines
Upstream Clear Linux* OS offers a plethora of bundles to choose from. To provide you access to and share more software outside of the distro, we updated our mixer and swupd client tools to support 3rd-party bundles.
Mixer can now create 3rd-party bundles out of any content you want without the need to package it into an RPM format first. To consume and manage these bundles, we added a “3rd-party” subcommand to swupd.
See our swupd 3rd-party guide on how to start creating and sharing 3rd-party bundles.
We’d love to see our community create and share 3rd-party bundles. Please use the following common-sense guidelines when sharing 3rd-party bundles:
- Do no harm.
- Do not distribute unlicensed software, or software for which you don’t have redistribution rights.
- Maintain and keep your 3rd-party bundles up-to-date.
We’re including a few notes regarding software licensing.
- The Clear Linux* Project does not endorse or validate 3rd-party bundles.
- The Clear Linux* Project does not guarantee the availability of 3rd-party bundles.
- The Clear Linux* OS does not assume liability of any kind for use of 3rd-party bundles.