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 Post subject: OS Project list
PostPosted: Wed Jun 21, 2006 5:22 pm 
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The OS Project list is now on the OSDevWiki! http://www.osdev.org/wiki/Projects

Please continue to make announcements here so new projects don't go unnoticed. If you have editing rights to the wiki please feel free to add any announced OS, not just your own. If you don't have editing rights to the wiki please try to include a wiki snippet to be copied and pasted into the project list by one of the editors. The format should be:

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* '''OS Name''' - Title or short description.
** Contact: Your Name (name AT example.com)
** URL: [http://www.example.com http://www.example.com]


Thanks and good luck!
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Bad link?
http://www.osdev.org/wiki/Projects


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Tested it. At least it works for me... :roll:

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Combuster wrote:
Ready4Dis wrote:


Tested it. At least it works for me... :roll:


I think that was the suggested correction. Note that Chase edited his post after that one was made...


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Yes, that was the suggested correction, lol, sorry I wasn't specific, I figured it would be deleted when the correction was made :)


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Can You add there new OS?

Name: Cinay OS - belongs to the same class of operating system as Linux, BSD and is based on the same UNIX ideals and APIs.
Contact: Rafal Kupiec <rafkup at gmail dot com>
URL: http://arcong.ath.cx/index.php?option=c ... &Itemid=31
Status: planning, pre-alpha


Thanks!


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Add Mattise, please... I would (I've got wiki edit rights) but I need someone more creative to make it sound like the best OS since Linux (or OpenBSD)...

Site for it is in my sig.

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I think it's already there...

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No, it's been added since I posted :D

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Please add Silver OS, still in idea stage, needs a good idea, and maybe some code examples or help to give it a push! Not sure what type it is yet!


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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
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OctaOS is a operative system writen in Octasm assembly language
Is fast,small,opensource,32bits,GUI.
written by Octavio since 1996
http://octavio.vega.fernandez.googlepages.com/octaos


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Cogs is a x86 32-bit operating system written in assembly. It is programmed by Francois van Niekerk.

Site: http://cogs.5gigs.com

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liquid.silver wrote:
Cogs is a x86 32-bit operating system written in assembly. It is programmed by Francois van Niekerk.

Site: http://cogs.5gigs.com

any link works in your web page, i use opera 9.2 web browser.


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To liquid.silver:

I have noticed that your links for SOLAR_OS are wrong. They point to the old and unavailable HE site.

The new location for SOLAR_OS is: http://www.oby.ro/os/index.html

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Here is my OS

Name: SeaOS or Sea
Description: An OS that aims to be super stable and super fast. I would like to implement AI as well. I hope that this OS will replace Windows.
Contact: Daniel Bittman, seaosmain@gmail.com
URL: http://seaos.bravehost.com/
Status: Working on version 0.2 now!
Note: This is really a distro of Linux, but I hope to make a whole new type of distro. :lol:

Thx![/url]

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