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    Hey /u/tedu, you’re an industry leader now: https://lionbsd.org/about/solution.

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      All my nightmares coming true.

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      They haven’t heard about OpenBSD!

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        They have! They plan to steal its good ideas. But this seems focused a lot on making a desktop, BSD based, OS with privacy in mind more than anything.

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        Is this a fork (like DragonFly) or more of a “distro” (like TrueOS)?

        It looks a bit like it could effectively be a patchset? At least with the HardenedBSD stuff.

        Also does this project even live? GitHub doesn’t look like it.

        https://github.com/lionbsd/lionbsd

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          Looks more like a FreeBSD fork than a “distro”.

          But it’s more talk than code.

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          I think the author “started” this back last year: https://fizk.net/blog/lionbsd-new-approach-creating-secure-operating-systems

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            Do they have the right to re-use the lion logo from https://security.stackexchange.com/ ?

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              This isn’t an answer to your question, but it’s a start: here is the original thread regarding the development of that logo: https://security.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/345/design-for-it-security

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                Oh, the artist, Jin? He’s a StackOverflow (StackExchange?) employee. This line at the bottom of every security.stackexchange.com page now makes perfect sense: “site design / logo © 2017 Stack Exchange Inc;”