Exherbo – my goals for the remainder of 2011 & 2012
Exherbo / October 1, 2011

(Disclaimer: The following is just my personal opinion and what *I* want to achieve for Exherbo. It’s fairly likely not everyone will agree with everything I’m going to state. 🙂 ) We’ve come a long way with Exherbo since we started: – We have a pretty much complete set of packages to use Exherbo on desktop, notebook and server systems. – With exheres-0, we have a very powerful and useful EAPI. – We’re now a rather “stable” Linux distribution in that we don’t usually break things every other week anymore. – We’ve stopped actively discouraging people to try Exherbo.   That said, I still have a few goals I’d like to see achieved:   – Join the Open Invention Network (OIN).  For some months now, I’ve been in discussions with the OIN and I’m happy to say that we’re going to join them. I hope (and am confident) we’ll get this done in 2011. – Set up a structure that would allow us as a project (in contrast to individual developers) to accept donations. Currently, Exherbo doesn’t really have any means to accept donations as a project. Sure, as individuals, we can accept them (e. g. a generous donator (who…