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announcing infotropique – call for participation

The content here is kept for reasons, it is just inaccurate at this point. The name has been changed to infotropique, and infotropique OS.

Today I’m announcing pragmatique, a new project.

Its primary focus is to open up the efforts I’ve been working on for some time to other people, to provide space as a community, and to work on more than just software.

Our main project is pragmaOS, an on-going project to build a live-system for applications around GNUnet and further software solutions which make use of GNUnet, based on GuixSD.

We are currently setting up our new development server, so there’s no immediate fancy environment to sign up at and start hacking.

Our software page shows an early road map without the targeted versions.

You can read more about our project at pragmatique.xyz – be aware that this is an early version of the web site.

Let me know what you think and join the fun!

[edit, 2017-04-24 00:01. Official news around pragmatique are now announced at https://pragmatique.noblogs.org/]

the live-system is now named pragmaOS

This week I had another evaluation of my work, and for the live-system this means:

I picked the name pragmaOS.
I’ve decided against a bugtracker. Currently there is one (on our secushare community server), but as a meta-project this is not necessary unless I diverge too much.
I’ve listed some details here, which I hope don’t leave too many questions open.

uclibc-ng is optional, but “nice to have” which is why I’m working on it.

edit 2017-03-19: This post is due for change and reworked. Expect updates on the system in 2 – 3 weeks.