I used Debian until they voted to include non-free code in their installer last year. The thing I loved about Debian is that it seemed to be actively maintained and the
non-free-firmware archive areas were not included in the default installation.
Which 100 % free / libre operating system (doesn't have to be Linux) is the most maintained now?
There are a few active libre options mentioned on Wikipedia and GNU.org but it's hard to tell which one is the most actively maintained.
- Dragora GNU/Linux-Libre
- Guix System
- Trisquel GNU/Linux
- Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre (seems like they're transitioning to HyperbolaBSD)
- Parabola GNU/Linux-libre
There also appears to be libre "spins" to some non-free distributions, like Gnuinos which is a libre spin on the non-libre Devuan. So it's difficult to get a complete list of these operating systems.
Which libre / 100% free operating system is the most supported and updated?