Recently, I bought a Chromebook, which runs ChromeOS: essentially, Google's Chrome browser made into an operating system. It occurred to me that this was a really good idea, because making the browser the operating system itself allowed the developers to focus on what they really wanted the system to do. Having struggled with Windows, and virtualization, and such, it occurred to me: why not make DSB an operating system, too? DSB backwards is BSD, and BSD is a pretty good OS, so that pretty much seals the deal.
DSBOS's main purpose will, of course, be playing DSB, but I also want to make sure that it is a functional operating system for doing other things, like clicking on icons. Most of the icons won't actually do anything, but most people won't be able to tell the difference anyway. There will also be a command line, using Lua as the basis for the shell, of course. Naturally, I'll also include a web browser, called DSBrowser, with a collection of links sorted by which DM character would find them the most interesting. Don't open the Mophus folder.