Saturday, 12 March 2011

Hobby development

Operating system development is one of the more involved and technical options for the computing hobbyist. A hobby operating system is classified as one that has been written from scratch (not based on another system) and has few developers who work in their spare time. [16] Development usually begins with an existing operating system. The hobbyist is their own developer, or they interact in a relatively small and unstructured group of individuals who are all similarly situated with the same code base. Examples of a hobby operating system include Syllable and ReactOS.

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