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Project Summary

Source Mage is a source-based GNU/Linux distribution based on a Sorcery metaphor of "casting" and "dispelling" programs, which we refer to as "spells", and a package manager called "Sorcery". Our packages are designed to allow the user to customize the package any way they want (custom flags, etc.) as well as offering as many of the package options as possible to the user up-front (you won't need to know what options a package has or what optional dependencies it can use ahead of time). All of our scripts are GPL'd and our package manager and packages are written in bash, so they are easy to learn and modify. Sorcery supports custom packages maintained by users, which can override the default package and will never be touched by updates. The magic is truly in your hands with Source Mage.

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bash distribution distro fhs gnu gnu_linux gpl i386 linux magic opensource os packaging power_user ppc server source-based system_administration unix-like x86_64

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30 Day Summary

Aug 23 2018 — Sep 22 2018

12 Month Summary

Sep 22 2017 — Sep 22 2018
  • 7871 Commits
    Up + 1177 (17%) from previous 12 months
  • 11 Contributors
    Down -4 (26%) from previous 12 months