Yesterday I mentioned Kuki Linux, an Ubuntu-based Linux distribution (or just the kernel if you prefer) centered around the 8.9″ Acer Aspire One.
Today, I’m mentioning a different Linux distribution, one that is focused on netbooks in general, and that’s designed around using the internet and cloud-based computing.
It’s called jolicloud (www.jolicloud.com), and in the word of it’s developers:
We love netbooks: they are cheap, compact, light and always connected via 3G.
What we didn’t like so much was the user experience so we decided to build our own.
We used Linux and made it boot faster and we optimized it for surf and cloud computing. We redesigned the interface and integrated some cool stuff.
This is how the jolicloud project started. The next step is to let you try it out and have your opinion so together we can build the best netbook experience.