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Dragora is a trustworthy GNU+Linux distribution based on the concept of simplicity with the goal of being a multi-purpose operating system. Dragora respects the freedom of the user with the values of free software and provides control to those who use it. It is developed entirely by volunteers and it is published under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

Dragora is a combination of the GNU project with the releases of the kernel Linux provided by the Linux-libre project.

Dragora is introduced as part of a learning process. Since its development in 2007, the Dragora project has been in constant evolution aiming to produce a real free alternative to the existing GNU/Linux distributions. The tasks developed in Dragora are made with love, always considering the paradigms of simplicity and stability along with the values of free software. As a result, Dragora becomes a trustworthy friendly, simple, flexible and completely free distribution.

The roots of development of Dragora are on simplicity:

+ KISS Principle: The KISS principle is an acronym which means Keep It Simple, Stupid!

+ YAGNI Principle: YAGNI is an acronym which means You Ain't Gonna Need It. It is a software development philosophy which is based on NOT adding features unless they are needed.

+ DRY Principle: DRY is an acronym which means Don't Repeat Yourself. It is a software development philosophy that supports not duplicating pieces of code. It is probably the concept less used by the project, but it is still taken into account.

The ideas in Dragora may change, but the simplicity stays.

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