Debian-based Debian-configured Debian-distributed Distribution
A DDD is a subset of a single Debian distribution, installed using Debian-provided configuration interface using Debian-prepared media.
- First "D" indicates that the distribution was actually finalized (on CD, DVD or other media) by Debian
Second "D" indicates that packages are installed using the Debian-provided configuration interface (not overriding policy - see bug 311188 for an example)
- Third "D" indicates that all packages are binary identical to those officially distributed by Debian (not rebuilt)
Actual implementations following the DDD definition:
Drafts intended to follow the DDD definition:
The term DDD as defined here is different from the similarly abbreviatable term "Debian-derived distribution" as defined in the CustomDebianManifesto.