Originally Posted by gens
For fairness sake, it says already at the front page that it is a Suckless/OpenBSD/Linux-based distro.
But indeed, it is its 100% static nature that makes me very interested in it. I am considering installing some of its packages on my "standard" dynamic Arch system - especially a shell and Pacman. I have been hit by a broken glibc before, and having the core static would make that much less risky.
EDIT: By the way. If you are interested specifically in OpenBSD "core utilities" port to Linux, you might want to check out obase:
Last edited by staalmannen; 01-25-2013 at 05:24 PM.
Reason: just remembered something...