Previous page history can be found here.
I've removed the following projects from this article since they appear to misuse the Arch Linux trademark:
- 3du Arch, 
ArchBang, , 
- Arch Rescue Kit, 
- Arch USB OS, 
Arch Anywhere, update
- Happy Hacking Linux, 
- Reborn OS, on screenshots, *2017, previously Antergos Deepin
- Zen Installer,  *2016, previously OBRevenge, Revenge OS
See  for the email I've sent on this regard to
firstname.lastname@example.org. If I get a response that said distributions have authorization to use the Arch Linux trademark, they can be readded to this article. -- Alad (talk) 11:42, 24 August 2017 (UTC)
- Artix Linux has now changed its tag-line from "Your Arch, your init" to "Your GNU/Linux, your init", and so, is no longer in violation of the TrademarkPolicy. The entry has been added back. —This unsigned comment is by Drumal (talk) 07:13, 30 September 2017. Please sign your posts with ~~~~!
- I've sent an email to 3du Arch, ArchBang, and Happy Hacking Linux developers to address this issue on their part. At what point should I contact
email@example.com, especially in more serious cases like Arch USB OS which may be possibly mistaken for official ISOs and be compromised? -- Svito (talk) 20:13, 15 July 2018 (UTC)
More historical detail
I was thinking about adding more historical detail like year of first release and previous names:
- Antergos *2012, previosly Cinnarch
This would give just enough clarity how some of distribution "disappeared" and would complement last release "death" year.
This superscript would only be added if distributions had releases for more than same year or were released under different names.
- I guess it helps to keep track of irreputable distros that change name. -- Alad (talk) 22:12, 15 July 2018 (UTC)
The Active section links SourceForge pages for distributions that have official websites on several occasions.
I think official websites are generally more informative / representative. Or are the SourceForge links there to simplify the detection of inactivity?