Minoca strives to build a community of software developers around Minoca OS. Learn, develop, and discuss.
The cornerstone of the community is open source. There are three source repositories and one binary package that make up the Minoca OS ecosystem:
Need to get Minoca OS up and running on your device? Or just want to take a look around using Qemu on Windows? Getting Started is the right place for you.
Head to the developer documentation page to learn about developing applications and drivers for Minoca OS. This also contains all the information necessary to debug Minoca OS - including a few fun debugging challenges you can use as a warm up.
Every routine written for Minoca OS is documented with a general description of its purpose, details about the arguments, and information about what it returns. Yes, every routine. Check out the API Reference to browse all the routines, structures, defines, enums, and source files.
The primary Minoca OS forum is the Minoca-Dev Google Group. Start asking questions or discussing your OS area of interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, to browse the existing threads, visit the Google Groups forum.
For security issues that you'd rather not share publicly, please email email@example.com.
Submissions are welcome! Send patches to firstname.lastname@example.org and see our Contributor Agreement page for contribution licensing details.
If you're stuck on where to start, we've got a wishlist up on GitHub.