Consider Depackaging Librem One Apps
In the light of recent white supremacist terrorism attacks, one thing has become clear: "free speech", unmoderated platforms allow hate to organize, leading to the terrorism we have seen. Purism wants to be a "free speech" platform, in that they will not moderate any content that is not harassment. See my discussion with Kyle Rankin, their Chief Security Officer below:
Note that Kyle is mistaken - all posts on Librem Social are public, and thus will reach the federated timelines of people on other instances. This means that instances exposed to them are vulnerable to have their members recruited into hate groups, and the hateful content harms those it targets on those instances.
I have had discussions with Kyle before this one, and further discussions with their CEO Todd Weaver afterward. Their stance has not changed on this.
Unlike other apps, their forks of apps like Tusky, Riot, and K-9 are targeted for using their servers. This would be similar to other platforms for hate speech like Gab having an app to only connect to them - which you've already made a commitment to blocking.
Purism makes it clear in a blog post that they are not willing to "censor" speech other than harassment. This gives a clear go-ahead to hate speech, and I don't think their apps should be distributed via the F-Droid repositories. The most important apps for this would be their Tusky and Riot forks. So far they've only published their Tusky and K-9 forks, but they are likely to publish Librem Chat soon.