Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Crunchbang Linux spirit... BusenLabs


Source: Bunsen Labs GitHub

The Community driven passion of #!, alias Crunchbang

Bunsen Labs Linux


In the forest when a tree is cut, or falls, creates a void that once was occupied by the same tree. However, provides an opportunity to grow and develop other trees for their place in the sun.
The same happens in the Linux community, reflected in the immense forest of distributions that Linux has to offer.

Last month (February), Crunchbang #! announced the end of its development and has terminated its continuation as distribution, as announced in our article. However,  as a result, surfaced several new projects that have in common, they inherit a style, a spirit and come to continue a way of understanding and how to make a Openbox desktop-based.

One of the first to surfaced from the community passion was CrunchBangplusplus or  #!++, maintaining the look and feel from #!, and today we are looking to the community continuation of Crunchbang Linux spirit... Bunsen Labs Linux


Source: CrunchBang Forum

Bunsen Labs, is basically a compilation of ISO Debian Jessie NetInstall, and make their own scripts, pipemenus, artwork.
There were introduced some changes and improvements to this new distro (hopefully for the better). One of the most relevant examples, is the change of Slim by LightDM. However, the CrunchBang is deeply present in this distro, will find its philosophy present in the workplace, and also in the organization of repositories and packages organization.

Source: CrunchBang Forum

The first version, is called Hydrogen, which is the first chemical element of periodic table, and all the development and maintenance of all necessary resources to Bunsen Labs, are established under their repositories available on GitHub. Until now they don't have an ISO for install.

The passion of the community of #! was too overwhelming, to just leave it to die and disappear into the darkness!

Bunsen Labs Linux Info's


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