Interested in the source code of other distros

Pascal Bleser pascal.bleser at
Sat Feb 11 16:33:40 PST 2012

On 2012-02-11 18:10:11 (-0600), Jason Hsu <jhsu802701 at> wrote:
> What distro are you working on or have worked on in the past,
> and where can I see the source code?  I'd like to see examples
> of how other distros run things.  I've looked at Linux Mint's
> GitHub page, but I get the impression that most of the code
> for transforming Ubuntu or Debian into Linux Mint is somewhere
> else.

For openSUSE everything is obviously open source (our own tools,
as compared to upstream software we package, are all under GPL).
We have almost everything on github too, with a few things in
subversion repos too, but only for historical reasons:

> In addition to Swift Linux, what Linux distros have all of
> their source code available on one site?  As far as I know,
> antiX Linux and Puppy Linux haven't done this.

Pretty much everything should be on


  -o) Pascal Bleser
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