Ubuntu based MoonOS just released their fourth version recently and while they have moved away from the Enlightenment desktop - they have moved into something else that is radically different: a unique file structure
The root of the file system looks like this:
Now it still uses maverick as a base and in fact it has Ubuntu still contained in it's sources list, my wondering is how standard Linux packages work in this different file system setup... I have yet to really play around with it, but doing so is now towards the top of my TODO list. I am wondering if this file system layout is useful or just "something different" Whats your take on it? System boots up and seems relatively fast for a Gnome distro.