Development seem to be going well for Tux3.
Daniel Phillips of Tux3 just posted the following to the LKML:
The big goals for Christmas (this Christmas!) are:
- SMP locking
- Atomic commit
- Posixly complete
- Rudimentary fsck
With the following comical reference
With atomic commit, we will progress from "buggy Ext2 equivalent with missing features" to "buggy Ext3 equivalent with missing features".
Not a bad place to arrive at in five months, starting from scratch. Does anybody out there still doubt that the community process works, and is the best way to develop really complex software? Believe it.
See the whole post here: http://lkml.org/lkml/2008/12/10/358