Dec 31, 2011: QuokForge has FINALLY been announced to osdev.org!
Note: QuokForge is currently accepting new project registrations on a limited basis.
Account registration is enabled, so feel free to to create an account, track projects, submit bugs, and give QuokForge a good workout!
QuokForge is in BETA right now. Please use the QuokForge project to create a ticket for any problems you encounter with the site itself. If you are interested in having your project hosted here, make sure to create an account and submit a "support" ticket. Or you can email email@example.com. Please include as much information about your project as you can, including your version control system of choice, if you want CIA enabled, how your project is licensed, your project's name, and anything else you feel is pertinent.Thanks to the following for their support:
- JackScott for providing the quokforge.org domain name.
FORGE Operating System (05/30/2012 10:34 am)
The FORGE Operating System is an operating system based off the ideas and experience gained through working on the Pedigree Project (http://www.pedigree-project.org).
We target x86-32 and the BeagleBoard at the moment, and an x86-64 port is planned. FORGE is entirely written in C and assembly, and will use Python for any scripting that may be required....
Synergy OS (10/16/2011 08:41 am)
Synergy is a new operating system with the goal of bringing together all computers into a perfect cloud; sharing processing power and data storage, whilst still giving each user full control over their individual privacy and their data.
The Synergy platform will use a Java-like managed language and runtime to enable cross-platform support, and to allow the power of all machines to be harnessed to their best advantage. A key goal of this language is to make support for threading commonplace amongst user-land programs, in order to harness the power of emerging multi-core machines....
Eternal Mustard (01/12/2011 07:11 pm)
Eternal Mustard is a hobby OS without a real purpose,
I'm currently programming it becouse i'm interested in low level stuff.
RS-232 Gateway (08/29/2010 06:07 pm)
A hardware project that allows 8 RS-232 ports to be routed on-the-fly. Planned features includes KVM switching for serial equipment, debugging multiple computers over a single cable, modem emulation and networking.
Atlantis (08/16/2010 09:14 pm)
The goal is to create what unix would be if it were to be engineered right now.