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Besides from my TODO on MirPorts (and the portable subprojects) and MidnightBSD, and the release engineering process, and my other want-to-do hobbies like hercules(4) wsfb(4) support (and an XF86 module, and emulation support for a HGC in qemu), and a couple of other things, Waldemar has made a point:

MirOS definitively needs to shift away from “we want to make OpenBSD better, and we do X, Y and Z” towards “we want to do X, Y and Z, specialise on W, support V, and while doing all that, we are of course as secure as OpenBSD and track their goodies, and by the way, we have GNOME and Frozen-Bubble”. This would give the MirOS Project an actual face, which could attract users and development capability/potential. (And it would imply a re-design of the Flyers’ and website’s content…) We’ll have to think about it, but he is probably right.

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