I've removed the following projects from this article since they appear to misuse the Arch Linux trademark:
Arch Anywhereupdate: 
- Happy Hacking Linux
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 ~~~~!
Why did you undo my edit Alad?
-  which was linked in that BBS thread... the "part" in this case is APKBUILD and related tools, which are a near-copy of PKGBUILD except adapted for the (a)sh shell. -- Alad (talk) 20:39, 26 September 2017 (UTC)
- Whilst it may be true that the `abuild` script used to convert APKBUILDs to .apk packages is based on `makepkg` (the script describes itself as a "light version of makepkg"), I do not think this justifies Alpine's place on this list — no parts of pacman (or libalpm(3)) are used in the packaging system and Alpine itself is compiled using Gentoo's portage system. Head on a Stick (talk) 20:58, 26 September 2017 (UTC)