gNewSense is the GNU/Linux distribution which is used by none other than Richard Stallman himself. It’s one of those distributions which fully adhered to the philosophies of free software.
The gNewSense team has announced the release of stable version 3.0.
Sam Geeraerts writes on the mailing list:
With the help of GNU Linux-libre and various other people helping to check and hack on freedom issues, we’ve been able to produce a new major version that aligns with the Free Software Foundation’s freedom guidelines as well as Debian’s quality standards. You’ll find that the look has changed from previous releases, marking the change from Ubuntu to Debian as a base. We also support 3 architectures now: i386, amd64 and mipsel (Lemote Yeeloong).
You can grab the appropriate image of gNewSense from this link.