I've been working on a hobby OS for quite a while, and I believe it's at the point where everybody can see what it does already.
It's based on C# Open Source-managed Operating System, or Cosmos' microkernel architecture and written in C#.
It may only have one command, and it displays the upstream version number of the Kernel, but I believe with a little
bit of development and feedback from others, I may be able to make it into something like Linux. But only with development and
The reason why it displays the kernel's version number is because the command line interface shell, called tsh, is built-in,
and that itself is the only main component of the OS.
I am trying to port a package manager like apt-get or pacman to it, by putting the code of them inside the kernel.
If it works out, then we may be able to add a whole bunch of software to it.
For right now, the main goal is to create a filesystem that will actually allow users to write and read data to an attached medium
and overall let users save their work once the OS session is finished.
The working name is Tronic OS as in Electronic.
The working name of the OS shell is Tronic SHell.
LINK:https://www.dropbox.com/s/l0dfy0fd5pal2 ... 3.zip?dl=0