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Over the last few days we’ve been working to refresh the stuffy website design with something much cleaner and inviting. It’s still created using Hugo, but we’ve dropped MDBootstrap in favour for the lighter vanilla Bootstrap option. Refreshed website with core values We’re still working out a few kinks here and there with mobile rendering, but in the mean time please take a look around, and make yourself at home.
Sunday, September 13, 2020Read more...
Over the past few weeks, throughout the entire bootstrap process, we’ve been deliberating on what our package manager is going to look like. We now have a very solid idea on what that’ll be, so it’s time for a blog post to share with the community. Initial moss prototype CLI Old, but new The team has been very clear in wanting a traditional package management solution, whereby repositories and packages compose the OS as a whole.
Thursday, September 10, 2020Read more...
Another week, another milestone completed. We’re pleased to announce that we’ve completed the initial Stage3 bootstrap. While we have some parallel works to complete for Stage 4, we can now begin to work on the exciting pieces! We’re now bootstrapped on ARMv8(-a) and x86_64 Complete build-target for x86_64 Announcing Moss Our immediate focus is now to implement our package manager: moss. Currently it only has a trivial CLI and does absolutely nothing.
Monday, September 7, 2020Read more...
Looking Stage4 In The Eye
Well, we’ve made an awful lot of progress in these last few days. It wasn’t that long ago that we introduced some of the new projects required to get stage3 off the ground. Building systemd the easy way libc-support Our libc-support project has been growing, thanks primarily to the contributions of Jouni Roivas. We now have initial working versions of getent and getconf. The getconf program is considered feature-complete for our current requirements, and the focus is now on cleaning up getent making it more modular and easy to maintain in the long run.
Friday, August 28, 2020Read more...