GNU/Linux Distribution Timeline 12.10

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  • Discontinued distros: Dreamlinux
  • Continued: Damn Small Linux
  • Added 10 distros (total 480): KaarPux, NixOS, OpenELEC, OpenNode, Santoku, Slack/390, Vulnix, Whonix
  • Renamed: QubesOS -> Qubes OS
  • Fixed: Bedrock (not Gentoo based), Dreamlinux URL, Kaella URL, KateOS URL, Resulinux URL, Symphony OS URL
  • Contributors: Fred, aszlig, D. M., phil, lixiao
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  • gr0undzer0

    Hope to see a new timeline soon!

  • Guest

    It seems that MythDora’s final version was in Apr, 2010.

  • Guinness

    Beautiful graph. I did notice that ROCKS is misplaced. It’s actually a derivative of CentOS, so it’s depicted far upstream of it’s actual position.

  • William P

    SymphonyOS is now using Ubuntu as it’s base (as of 22 Jan, 2014)

  • William P

    Fuduntu has ended support as of 2013-12-28 according to http://sourceforge.net/projects/fuduntu/

  • William P

    Synergy looks like it is dead http://synergy-linux.com goes to a host parking page.

  • hunt259

    How was this chart created, or what program was used to generate the chart? i have a set of data i would like to display like this.

  • alyosha

    Thanks for the site/graphics!
    [1] Ditto re fuduntu: “discontinued” at http://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=fuduntu
    [2] Fusion is “dormant” at http://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=fusion , seems so at sourceforge, latest at http://fusionlinux.org/downloads/ is 2011.
    [3] “Kororaa” based on Gentoo has for a few years been “Korora”, a remix of Fedora:
    https://kororaproject.org/about
    http://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=korora

    Edit: Oops, now i see the faint dotted line for the Korora change. Seems many people have a hard time with this: far better to stop the horizontal at the old version and resume it at the new. Best, a

  • http://0linux.org appzer0

    Discontinued : GNU/Linux Distribution Timeline. ;)

    Seems that the timeline has not been updated since 2012…

  • Donjan

    Heh, make that “dormant”.
    I’m planning on rewriting gnuclad before I invest more time into the current data format. But now there’s been a big increase in priorities and responsibilities in my life in the last two years… so I’m planning on doing a lot of other things first ;)
    It may happen at some point. And remember: all our data is freely usable under the GFDL!

  • http://0linux.org appzer0

    No problem, should be hellish to maintain, considering a ubuntu spin-off is released every week… Thanks for the code BTW, I used gnuclad myself to make an Indie-and-From-Scratch distros timeline, here: http://blog.appzer0.fr/post/2014/05/24/Independent-Linux-Distribution-Timeline

  • http://0linux.org appzer0

    I top-replied to you, sorry ;)

  • Jokaer0

    Crunchbang ($!) is listed under Ubuntu but its derived from debian

  • Jokaer0

    #1

  • jokaer0

    #! ffs

  • enebro

    Could you include in the next release the KaOS distribution? http://kaosx.us/ Thanks!

  • DJLinuxGod

    Android needs to be on this. Yes, it IS Linux.

  • de

    kool

  • shirish

    the tool seems to be gnuclad.

  • Carlos Serrano

    Is this gonna be updated?

  • xDR1TeK

    You might not believe it, but i printed it and placed at my desk at work.
    I think it is very important not to focus on distros that can be matched by parent distro. but child distros can help with specific target applciations.
    So I thought it is very important to keep at close hand at all time.

  • http://identi.ca/clacke clacke

    Maemo, Meego Harmattan, Moblin, Moblin 2, MeeGo, Tizen and Mer are all in the timeline. And Sailfish will probably be in there once the next GLDT release is out. Any year now. ;-)

  • http://identi.ca/clacke clacke

    See http://futurist.se/gldt/2012/10/29/gnulinux-distribution-timeline-12-10/#comment-1105214361 . SuSE is today using RPM, but it never derived its RPM tree from RedHat’s.

  • http://identi.ca/clacke clacke

    Why is the Internet Archive barred from archiving this amazing resources? Future past-ists would be missing something quite extraordinary if this site every disappeared.