WANTED: your feedback on Swift Linux source code

Jayesh Badwaik jayesh.badwaik90 at gmail.com
Mon May 7 10:43:41 PDT 2012

On Tuesday 24 Apr 2012 20:43:40 Jason Hsu wrote:
> How easy would it be for someone to get started working on Swift Linux?  How
> does the Swift Linux way of doing things compare to the way your distro
> does things?  The URLs pointing you to the documents and procedures I've
> written are: 1.  My source code is on GitHub at
> https://github.com/swiftlinux
> 2.  Procedures for getting started are at
> https://github.com/swiftlinux/0-intro 3.  Build scripts are at
> https://github.com/swiftlinux/1-build
> 4.  Checklists are at https://github.com/swiftlinux/2-checklists
> Now that I've made an official release of the new Minty Swift Linux, I'll
> provide new releases frequently (as often as every 1-2 weeks) but with only
> modest improvements in each release, much like Puppy Linux.  I consider the
> Agile software development methodology to be the best for me.  The Holy
> Grail would be continuous release.  Making only modest changes in each
> release will make the debugging easier and save my sanity.  My top
> priorities for the next release (0.2.1) will be switching from the old
> Linux Mint Debian Edition ISO (201109) to the new one (201204) and fixing
> the bugs I've found.

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list about the existence of the new list and continue all your discussions 
Jayesh Badwaik
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