snakeware is a free Linux distro with a Python userspace inspired by the Commodore 64. You are booted directly into a Python interpreter, which you can use to do whatever you want with your computer. Our window manager, snakewm, is based on pygame/pygame_gui. We do not use X11; snakewm draws directly to /dev/fb0.
We also are not going to be using any other huge and opaque software such as systemd, etc. The goal is to eventually have a usable set of userspace apps and utilities written entirely in Python, because Python is fun and it Just Werks™.
The OpenBSD project produces a FREE, multi-platform 4.4BSD-based UNIX-like operating system. Our efforts emphasize portability, standardization, correctness, proactive security and integrated cryptography. As an example of the effect OpenBSD has, the popular OpenSSH software comes from OpenBSD.
A method for distributing cryptographic entropy in the form of numerical values to systems that need it. Collects entropy from other systems and hashes it into the pool. While I can't vouch for how much entropy is in those values it seems interesting to experiment with.
A live distribution of Linux that clocks in around 200MB. Has 32-bit and 64-bit ports. Can be installed on any removable media, from an iPod to a CD. Basically, it's a version of Slackware optimized for use as a live distro. Modular - easily customized by installing or removing discrete modules. Has a community support module repository. Designed to boot faster than any other live distro. Even includes full X desktops if you want them. Can even be installed to your hard drive if that's how you roll.
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