What are the basic requirements for programs to appear on OS Reviews?
The most important requirement is that the program is Free Software. It must be distributed under either a OSI-approved or a DFSG-compatible license. Furthermore, it must not depend on non-free software. Of course, a program has to be relevant to our audience and show a certain degree of innovation.
$FOO is so great! Will you write a review?
Feel free to send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and provide a short description explaining why it rocks.
I wrote a review of $BAR! Will you post it?
While it is generally a better idea to contact us in advance, just send your review to email@example.com. A few lines about you and your experience in the area would be nice, too.
I'd like to write a review. What shall I do?
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