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, 
ArchMerge, update Arch Anywhere, update Artix Linux
- 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)
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?