I started Asura Linux as a new Open Source project to experiment with different ways of building and running modern general-purpose Linux systems—and to share what we learn along the way.
In other words, I want to experiment with different ways of building and running Linux systems. My reasoning is simple—I want to build the Linux user experience I want to use.
While the “what I want to use” is always a moving target, there have been enough exciting recent developments in the Linux world that shed preconceived notions about how Linux distributions are put together.
Asura Linux is not trying to build a derived customization of an existing Linux distro. It will take an experimental approach to research and develop around a set of technologies and concepts.
To see the latest updates, please check the Asura Linux Blog.