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ZealousOS (v1.1.1) Make Your Own Plugins!
Crcoli7307 (28)

ZealousOS

Welcome to ZealousOS!

Update v1.1.1

Welcome to ZealousOS! In the last update, we had introduced plugins, however, in this update, you can create your own! (As long as you know Python.) Remember, the plugins that you upload will go through an approval process. This means that I will review your plugin to make sure it doesn't contain any viruses or inappropriate content (Curse words, pornography, etc.)

FAQs

Where can I find all of the current plugins?

You can find it right here at this link:
https://official-zealousos-plugins-website--crcoli7307.repl.co/

Where can I find the software itself?

You can find it attached to this forum post.

Is it possible that some plugins may contain viruses?

So yes, but the chance of this happening is slim to none as we check these plugins before they are made official. If you find an unofficial plugin on a different website. (Besides it being illegal) It may contain viruses. Remember, all official plugins will be posted here: https://official-zealousos-plugins-website--crcoli7307.repl.co/

Where can I make a suggestion?

Right here in the comment section! I read the comments all the time, I like reading feedback on what I can change in the future of ZealousOS.

Thank you for reading!
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rediar (318)

All public code in a repl is licensed under a mit license dude.

Crcoli7307 (28)

@rediar Oh ok, that makes me feel a bit better.

Crcoli7307 (28)

@rediar Ok. That helps. So I would have to ask an administrator to add a EULA?

emilyUsesPascal (64)

this isnt a OS, and I doubt that changing the code is illegal

Crcoli7307 (28)

OS stands for Open-Source and the EULA says:

You are not permitted to:

Edit, alter, modify, adapt, translate or otherwise change the whole or any part of the Software nor permit the whole or any part of the Software to be combined with or become incorporated in any other software, nor decompile, disassemble or reverse engineer the Software or attempt to do any such things
Reproduce, copy, distribute, resell or otherwise use the Software for any commercial purpose

@emilyUsesPascal

emilyUsesPascal (64)

@Crcoli7307 so its open source, yet breaks the GNU philosophy?

Crcoli7307 (28)

@emilyUsesPascal The GNU Philosophy is not a right. It is a project trying to get people to follow that. For example, if the GNU Philosophy had to be followed by everyone, then there would be a million versions of Windows created by cyber criminals.

Edit: It's open-source in a way that it is free of charge to everyone.

piemadd (42)

@Crcoli7307 bruh where is the EULA??? i dont see one linked or in the code. therefore, I have every right to y o i n k this and call it my own

Crcoli7307 (28)

@pieromqwerty

then I have every right to y o i n k you into a courtroom.
I'm joking unless you go stealing my software.

emilyUsesPascal (64)

@Crcoli7307 it still goes against the definition of open source
definition here: https://opensource.org/osd

your saying its open source, yet you dont allow redistribution and modification, which goes against the open source guidelines

Crcoli7307 (28)

@emilyUsesPascal OS is meant to stand for "operating system". I call it open source, but technically "OS" means Operating System. (I realize its just a command line but an operating system and be run on windows.)

emilyUsesPascal (64)

@Crcoli7307 1. you call it opensource despite it not being open source.
2. this is not a OS

Crcoli7307 (28)

@emilyUsesPascal Name is branding. I could name my software F**kOS and it be a book. The name doesn't have to tell you what the product is.

emilyUsesPascal (64)

@Crcoli7307 also you do realize that all projects on repl have to be open source?

Crcoli7307 (28)

@emilyUsesPascal I did not. And technically, it is an OS.

piemadd (42)

@Crcoli7307 and i might have to yoink you over to repl.it's terms, where since you didnt include a liscence document (a link to one DOES NOT COUNT (i know this my dad is a registered lawyer)) the software the thereby Free and open source.

emilyUsesPascal (64)

@Crcoli7307 no, it is not. there is no assmebly, c, or (god forbid) c++. It is not an OS, as an operating system has to be made in those languages, and nothing else

Crcoli7307 (28)

@pieromqwerty Ok, so I will make the Repl version Open Source. You learn something new every day, right?

@emilyUsesPascal Where do you see that an OS has to be written in c or c++.

emilyUsesPascal (64)

@Crcoli7307 you realize that those are the only languages that can access the hardware of a computer? And that a language like python cannot access any hardware at all?

Crcoli7307 (28)

@emilyUsesPascal This operating system is not like windows. It is a software that acts as an OS/Command-Line. I am working on learning C and making my own os.

emilyUsesPascal (64)

@Crcoli7307
1. please stop calling it an operating system, its not. its just a bunch of if else statments

  1. All operating systems are made in assembly/c/c++. examples: mac, windows, linux, etc
Crcoli7307 (28)

@emilyUsesPascal Windows was made in C, C++, and JavaScript.

emilyUsesPascal (64)

@Crcoli7307 once again, you are showing that you have done no reasearch on how to make an actual OS. It is impossible to make a OS in javascript.

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/580292/what-languages-are-windows-mac-os-x-and-linux-written-in

emilyUsesPascal (64)

@Crcoli7307 C is not enough. You also need to know assembly

Crcoli7307 (28)

@emilyUsesPascal Doesn't the compiler do assembly for you?

emilyUsesPascal (64)

@Crcoli7307 no. The compiler turns it into an executable. You need an assembly instead that turns assembly + machine code into something the computer can run

Crcoli7307 (28)

@emilyUsesPascal Ok. Thank you for telling me, I would have been clueless of why my code didn't work.