Jehanne is a simple operating system.
It shows that few orthogonal abstractions can be composed to provide everything you want from modern operating systems.
A vision for simplicity
Jehanne is named after a peasant girl that was burned as an heretic and then canonized as a saint.
Everybody can see why it’s an heretic OS: it breaks many traditions of Plan 9 from Bell Labs, it challenges some design decisions and even breaks some common conventions rooted in Unix.
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