|Description||Provide Gentoo-way solutions for non-GNU/Linux platforms.|
|Lead(s)|| none |
No lead election date set
(and inherited members)
|Parent Project||Gentoo Linux|
Gentoo/Alt is a top-level project that manages efforts to support alternate Gentoo platforms and runtime environments. In many ways, gentoo-alt represents the "cutting edge" work that is being done to expand the capabilities and potential of Gentoo in general.
The tasks of the gentoo-alt project include:
- Tech documentation - A complete documentation for developers
- To avoid that the missing of one of the devs makes difficult maintaining the project, all the technical documentation about Gentoo/Alt projects must be written and published, so that they are available to whoever wants to help.
- Alternate Prefix - Support for alternate prefixes for Portage (finished)
- To get Gentoo/Alt projects working on platforms where you are not able to change what is installed in base system (closed-source systems, for instance), a solution is to add support for alternate prefix installation in Portage.
Resources offered by the gentoo-alt project include:
Here you can find all the logs of Gentoo/Alt meetings, ordered by date. The meetings are being held on request from project members and occours on #gentoo-alt (moderated if it's the case).
This article is based on a document formerly found on our main website gentoo.org.
The following people contributed to the original document: Diego Pettenò (author) on March 17, 2008.
They are listed here as the Wiki history does not allow for any external attribution. If you edit the Wiki article, please do not add yourself here; your contributions are recorded on the history page.