Thursday, December 22, 2016

Recruiting Megateam For CD-OS

I've been thinking about this subject a lot while packaging up source for my private Github account.

I want to release CD-OS into open source so others can fork the code but I don't want to open the main development tree to everybody.

I'd like to gather a private team on Bitbucket who know what the requirements are and will keep the project on track for survivalists.

If you are interested in helping me to develop CD-OS in the New Year privately with regular updates to my Github account, I would really like the assistance of other enthusiasts in 2017.

If you are comfortable working in ANSI C with BSD Sockets, SQLite, Lua scripting and general Javascript/JQuery web page delivery, I would like to hear from you. If you also have experience writing cross-platform code that would be excellent.

CD-OS is the result of twenty years of thinking specifically about the requirements of a civil defense shelter or survivalist retreat. Although it can handle almost anything it is not intended to drift towards general industrial use or home automation. I want to specifically keep the main development stuck into these requirements and want the people who work on it to be thinking Batcave-In-A-Box. I regularly share components with my efforts in industrial controllers but I think that CD-OS is unique in the environment it is imagined to be running in.

I will be starting this team in January of 2017 and will be doing all the advanced development on the Bitbucket account with a private team of 5 people.

If you are interested you can reply to this post and I will get in contact with you through your Google profile. Note : You Have To Add Your Email Address or Make Your Google Account Contactable. No comments will be made public on this post, all kept private.

1 comment:

KW Jackson said...

Good luck with your group, Tex. A man has to know his limitations. Merry Christmas.