I'll start with CloverOS
How did TidOS fail exactly?
A full release was made and it served me perfectly fine until I could afford to buy a hard drive.
In all honesty, TidOS was an OS for Jordan, by Jordan - not what the tagline would have you believe.
>/g/ trying to make you believe Linux is good
I know. Your virginity is indeed intact.
How can you trust such a thing when even Tor was compromised.
Can't rely on third party security softwares, they cater to too many people and it opens up different options for features to make sure different people can use the thing. The more features, the more chances for security holes.
>All those wasted hours in MS paint making desktops.
TBH, the attitude of the contributors doomed the project from the start.
An overenthusiastic lead and several (three I think) laidback devs.
Their website is still up, although their github is down, and so is their IRC.
>goat.si is owned by "Site Admin" <email@example.com>. Email him if you have any questions specific to the goat.si domain.
>nigge.rs is owned by Peacock <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Email her if you have any questions specific to the nigge.rs domain.
>horsefucker.org is owned by Jim Sperry <email@example.com>. Email him if you have any questions specific to the horsefucker.org domain.
they're all on the same mailserver you dipshit, those guys own the domain, whoop-de-fucking do, they still point their MX lines at cock.li.
congratulations, you've visually identified a common desktop operating system. find yourself a gold star.
Calm your cock bro, were all just having a nice conversation. No need to get all worked out pal.
b-but the site is still up and it's being developed...
>Tor was compromised.
When was this? Are you talking about what happened with tormail?
How about that utorrent alternative program I saw being advertised on here earlier today and yesterday.
Half the /g/ projects on here:
>Lets make a new program that does exactly the same thing as dozens of other freely available programs do because we have nothing better to do with out lives.
No, it's dead. The creator said that a github would be available to the public in the near future, but it won't happen. The project leader is a kid fresh out of highschool with no development or linux experience. The only thing he knows how to do is make wallpapers.
>Half the /g/ projects on here:
>>Lets make a new program that does exactly the same thing as dozens of other freely available programs do because we have nothing better to do with out lives.
I know, I'll start by designing a logo!
>>43189035 Nerds being virgins is the only stereotype there, and you're on /g/ too. Using Linux as a push in an idealistic direction, (the other likely option for desktop users) has even less to do with ability to get laid Disclaimer: virgin here :3
Alright, here we fucking go.
To begin, I'm not the guy who started this shit. He left to do his own thing.
CloverOS is pretty stagnant, but still something I want to do. Most of the team, including myself, drifted away from the project. There were and still are plans to get a i386/amd64 /g/ repository up. If there's anything this project will produce, it's that. TheGreatWaldo was working on the OS (based on Debian Jessie), but left when the IRC went silent.
I'll probably reorganize the project, but until then I'm taking down the site. It'd be better to save the remaining credits and money for when shit is getting done than to just have a barely visited page up.
If you want to discuss CloverOS or perhaps come back to the team, we have a new IRC.