Guys, Fellow Puppys,
I am pleased to report that progress is happening on Puppi (Puppy on the Rpi).
Our least skillful developer (I use the word developer in the loosest sense of the word) continues to promote those with real skills.
Puppy users, Mark and now Tman are both using and suggesting Arch as a development point and are using Qemu as they are yet to obtain real hardware.
I have been able to use the woof2 system that can build Puppy from its internal scripts and binaries from Arch or Debian or Fedora. However support for Raspberry Pi will come later and only the Mele ARM device is currently supported.
Mark (antiloquax) is learning everything, including 'Linux' - assuming you can learn Linux . . .
Tman was the instigator behind the revival of Saluki, which may have an influence on Puppi but because it uses XFCE will be considered too slow for Raspberry Pi with its current CPU.
Because Puppy is created and developed according to the skill-set and interests available, something surprising is always arising.
So for example we may source some of our programs from the cloud
I managed to get a picture of a Puppy + Pi powered HUD prototype from a parallel dimension . . .
. . . well that is my story until the medication wears off