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When an Official CD is not

G'day All,
  A quick trawl around http://www.debian.org/distrib/vendors finds some
CD entries like
  CD Type: Official CD + non-free + vendor additions 

To me this is a contradiction; Is it the Official CD or not?
Sooo, we need a new term for this, what is that bit called, or do we
keep it as Official CD.

I was thinking of base, but that doesn't sound right.

So what do you call a CD that is made up files from base and say non-free?
VendorRelease is not that descriptive, perhaps
VendorRelease (base + non-free + non-US)

What do people think?

  - Craig
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