OK, I Want to Try Exherbo
No you don't.
Yes I Do
OK, maybe you do, but we don't particularly want you to try it because we don't want to deal with you whining when you find that absolutely nothing works. Exherbo isn't in a fit state for users. We might get there one day, but it's not a priority. Right now, all we care about is getting it into a fit state for a small number of developers.
We don't provide packages for lots of things you consider critical.
A lot of the packages we do provide don't work.
A lot of the packages that worked five minutes ago all just broke because we just decided to redesign several large features.
We don't provide support.
We don't provide install media.
We don't provide a usable init system.
Really, all we provide is a few things that the few people working on all this find useful for themselves. When we have something for anyone else, we'll let you know.
OK, I don't need to try it. However, I'm curious about one thing:
OK, wikipedia has no clue what an "Exherbo" is. What is an "Exherbo" and why is it such an apt name? I don't speak Klingon, are there any Klingons here that can explain this to me?Former Gentoo developer Bryan Østergaard recently announced a new linux distribution aptly named Exherbo
From TFA I would guess that "Exherbo" means "fuck you" in Swahili?