I’m very confused by all the mentions of Frederic Bezies as being somehow involved with Namib. I don’t read French so am going by a Google-translated version of his blog post, but it appears he’s just mentioning how right now Arch seems to be the trendy Linux base on which to make distro variants. Namib is mentioned as one of these, and his comments on it aren’t particularly positive.
The second project is the GNU / Linux Namib, which I learned from a video of Adrien Linuxtricks .
We are in a very recent project, which seems to be from the summer of 2017. On the project site , we note that for the moment the project has released only two ISO images.
If we look at the github of the project , we see that it is not very active, but it must be related to the privacy of the creator. After all, you can not be 100% of the time behind your project🙂
As you may have seen, the two projects - which I’m wondering what their life will be like - both offer a third-party repository, but make the mistake of not just pre-packaging recipes available on AUR.
If the project disappears and someone installs it, they can still use the distribution, but only part of it. What will ultimately be a facility that will explode in flight. Once again, the strength of free software which is to be able to forge the envy of software makes it a huge weakness
Sure doesn’t sound like he has anything to do with it.
How did this thread morph into a discussion as to whether he owns the meerkat.tk domain?