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Latest revision as of 23:47, 29 July 2021

This is the GNU Ethical Repository Criteria Evaluations (ERC) evaluation checklist for Codeberg, as compiled by the Community Workgroup for Libre Forge Software and Ethical Repository Hosts. The text of each criteria in the checklist table is a hyper-link to the relevant section of the ERC. Please send any questions or comments to the repo-criteria-discuss mailing list.

ERC Checklist for Codeberg
C0 - Freely licensed JS for essential features
C0-0 - Either: 'B0' with CCS for client-code scripts, or 'A0'
C0-1 - Libre interpreters, "trans-pilers", and input sources
C1 - No non-free client requirements
C2 - No discrimination
C3 - Tor access
C4 - Non-odious TOS
C5 - Recommends GPLv3-or-later
C6 - HTTPS access
B0 - Compatible with LibreJS (or equivalent tool)
NOTES: some scripts are not labeled, uses the name "MIT" for expat license.
B1 - No tracking
B2 - Does not encourage unclear licensing
NOTES: no diff between GPLv3 and GPLv3-or-later repositories https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/repo-criteria-discuss/2021-06/msg00022.html
B3 - Does not recommend non-free licenses
A0 - Fully-functional without client-side scripts
A1 - Freely-licensed server-side code
A2 - Prefers GPLv3-or-later projects
NOTES: It encourages all free software licenses equally, copyleft and non-copyleft.
A3 - Offers AGPLv3-or-later
A4 - Does not permit non-free licenses
A5 - Does not recommend SaaSS
A6 - Does not mention “Open Source”
NOTES: No, as they use the neutral term "Free and Open Source Software" and "Open Source", like in their Mission Statement: https://blog.codeberg.org/codebergorg-launched.html
A7 - Clearly endorses software freedom
NOTES: No, as it's a mix. In their mission statement they say "Open Source" and "Free and Open Source Software": https://blog.codeberg.org/codebergorg-launched.html. On the other hand, their "What is Codeberg?" page unilaterally says "Free Software": https://docs.codeberg.page/getting-started/what-is-codeberg/
A8 - Refers to GNU/Linux, wherever applicable
A9 - Requires thorough and clear licensing
A-plus 0 - Registration not required
A-plus 1 - No logging
NOTES: The server log files can contain client IP addresses and user agent strings from connecting computers. However, these log files are destroyed automatically within at most seven days.(Source: https://codeberg.org/codeberg/org/src/branch/master/PrivacyPolicy.md )
A-plus 2 - Follows EFF guidelines
A-plus 3 - Conforms to WCAG standard
A-plus 4 - Conforms to WAI-ARIA standard
NOTES: No. It may not be an Accessible Rich Internet Application, but it's an easy to navigate website for hosting projects.
A-plus 5 - Complete data exportability
NOTES: No. It might be possible one day though.(Does git count?)

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