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== Description ==
 
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A PrplWrt feed is the idea of creating an OpenWrt-based distribution that focuses on the needs of the fixed-net industry.
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As such. the feed would:
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* Focus on stability and end-consumer readiness
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* Come exclusively with packages released under permissive licenses, such as Apache 2.0
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* Be driven by agreements and standards decided in Prpl working groups
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At the same time, the PrplWrt feed would always be based on the latest OpenWrt release. With patches and contributions of value to the wider community being upstreamed whenever possible. The feed itself, in turn, would act as a sort of upstream for industry features which may include a full TR-069 integration, a carrier-grade IPC or service-sandboxing features.
  
 
== Purpose ==
 
== Purpose ==

Revision as of 16:11, 22 November 2017

Description

A PrplWrt feed is the idea of creating an OpenWrt-based distribution that focuses on the needs of the fixed-net industry.

As such. the feed would:

  • Focus on stability and end-consumer readiness
  • Come exclusively with packages released under permissive licenses, such as Apache 2.0
  • Be driven by agreements and standards decided in Prpl working groups

At the same time, the PrplWrt feed would always be based on the latest OpenWrt release. With patches and contributions of value to the wider community being upstreamed whenever possible. The feed itself, in turn, would act as a sort of upstream for industry features which may include a full TR-069 integration, a carrier-grade IPC or service-sandboxing features.

Purpose

Components

Base system

Required packages & features

Packages that need replacement

Licensing reasons

Unfit for purpose

Life-cycle

Source donation

Package patrons

Distribution Maintainer

Package upgrades

Releases

Quality assurance

Certification

Commercial considerations