Zoe Knox (@thatzoek on Twitter) has not been working for this for that long and, for someone who struggles to fix a couple of bugs a week on my Open Source project in my spare time, the ambition of re-implementing Cocoa on FreeBSD and making a Mac compatible free OS is staggering, and the amount she’s gotten done is inspirational.
A lot of the code comes from other projects. Some of it’s mine (yay!). A lot of it comes from Cocotron, which makes me a bit nervous - that project was somewhat infamous for copying code from elsewhere without attribution.
I noticed a lot of the decisions look like the ones hello made. This is another desktop-oriented FreeBSD AppImage project. What differentiates them?
This one aims for source-level compatibility