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Yarrwin is a fork of Apple's Darwin, created with the intention of simplifying creation of Darwin-based distributions and addition of novel software features to the Darwin platform.
System internal message passing interface for applications inside of cumputational system to allow more complex interaction between system wide modules without suffocating NIC and providing more secure communication interface.
bsdMyAdmin is a project to have a web administration interface like the popular Webmin but with a minimalist approach and dedicated to BSD systems like FreeBSD.
The BSDBook Project is an effort at documenting the internals and the interface to the FreeBSD Kernel. This includes parts such as the File Systems, VM Subsystem, Device Drivers, KLDs etc. Routines used inside the kernel will be documented.
freebsd based minimal os
Release your own FreeBSD. Grab an official FreeBSD ISO image, create a new project and build it. Current sub-projects are : FugFR LiveCD (XFCE LiveCD), Folie (Gnome LiveDVD concept), Klive (KDE LiveDVD concept), Etoile (EtoiléOS LiveCD experimental)
Object Oriented Operating System
To make the learning of non-english speakers easier, the openbsd website and its FAQ have been translated. This project aims to translate the official FAQ to spanish.
This is an openbsd based distribution which is used for servers and workstations, secured at maximum rate and stability.
Port video4linux (http://linux.bytesex.org/v4l2/) API to BSD OS