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Re: A few questions: Libre SoC, website, Rust

From: Almudena Garcia
Subject: Re: A few questions: Libre SoC, website, Rust
Date: Sun, 13 Sep 2020 23:13:09 +0200

Hello again:

I've just found this page, of Redox OS project, which can be a good reference about how to structure the webpage in a useful way.

It's a pretty simple webpage, mostly written in HTML, and maybe PHP. It includes a bit of _javascript_, but I think that It's perfectly possible to clone this style without the _javascript_ code.
The docs page follows a pretty simple (although beautiful, anyway) items organization, grouping most important things in a only page.

And the "book" section includes a very useful reader, with a good interface. Each page seems written using Markdown or any similar marked languages, and the background improves the readability.

This webpage could be a good reference to create a better Hurd webpage, with a simple interface without unnecessary "ornaments", which makes the beginning easier for the newcomers.
This type of structure makes it easier to find documentation, and other interesting information about the project, added to be "attractive" to new people.

what do you think?

El mié., 9 sept. 2020 a las 20:47, <gfleury@disroot.org> escribió:

9 septembre 2020 20:04 "Nala Ginrut" <mulei@gnu.org> a écrit:

> Hi there!
> Jan Wielkiewicz writes:
>> Third question:
>> Do you have anything against Rust contributions into the project? My
>> friend is interested in contributing, but unfortunately in Rust, not C.
>> I wonder if rump drivers could be written in Rust, thanks
>> to the Hurd's modular architecture.
> Personally, I think it's a good idea to reborn Hurd in Rust, of course,
> in that case, it's not Hurd anymore, it'll be a new project with the
> spirit of Hurd.
> However, there're some pre-conditions before anyone can try this idea:
> 1. It'll be a great idea to use seL4 which is a better L4, and there's a preliminary support
> in Rust. IIRC, it's a Rust binding of libsel4, you can extend the seL4
> with Rust. But there're lot of missing things to do, compared to other
> more complete L4.
> 2. From GNU's perspective, we should definitely use gcc-rust, however,
> there's no mature Rust frontend in GCC. The good news is that someone
> are working on it, I'm one of the contributors. However, it's in a very
> slow progress.
> https://nalaginrut.com/archives/2020/04/28/recon the hydra cave: a development note of rust on gcc
> (part 1)
> 3. I have some opinions on Hurd, here's my post, just personal premature
> ideas, some opinions maybe wrong, welcome to correct me:
> https://nalaginrut.com/archives/2019/12/11/hurd, sel4, thoughts
nice article :)

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