abarbarian Posted July 14, 2015 Share Posted July 14, 2015 Thought it might be a good idea to have a thread about odd ball distros. So here goes. We all know that for some strange reason penguin developers have a manga or anime itch so this first post is for them. Mangaka Is an Artful Blend of Simplicity and Style After gaining some traction among fans of the manga and anime communities, Mangaka fell dormant in December 2009. However, developer Animesoft International regrouped and issued a new release June 6. The latest Release Candidate version came out on June 20. The Mangaka Project -- the name means "love" in Japanese -- started out with the code name of "AngelOS." The unusual desktop environment and design may not tickle everyone's fancy, but the stunning artwork built into the background images and some of the homegrown applications will give some users something to smile about. Manga, a style of printed comics created in Japan, has a long and complex history in Japanese art. Anime is an artistic literary form associated with Japanese animated productions, featuring hand-drawn or computer-generated images. Putting those two art-form cousins into one Linux distro results in one pretty slick Linux experience. home site, https://animesoft.wordpress.com/linux/help/ More weird and wonder fulls coming soon. 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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