Davis grew up as a Catholic and was an atheist for some of his adult life. After experiencing a self-described “revelation”, he proclaimed that he had been in direct communication with God and that God had commanded him to build a successor to the Second Temple. He then committed a decade to creating an operating system modeled after the DOS-based interfaces of his youth. In 2013, Davis announced that he had completed the project, now called “TempleOS”. The operating system was generally regarded as a hobby system, not suitable for general use, but Davis received sympathy and support for bringing the project to fruition.
According to Davis, many of the system’s features, such as its 640×480 resolution and 16-color display, were also explicit instructions from God. The charter on his website stated that TempleOS was “God’s official temple. Just like Solomon’s Temple, this is a community focal point where offerings are made and God’s oracle is consulted”
Quando la persona viene prima del progetto e se compri la persona hai acquisito il progetto
“f you have anything to do with security in a distro, and think that my kids (replace ‘my kids’ with ‘sales people on the road’ if you think your main customers are businesses) need to have the root password to access some wireless network, or to be able to print out a paper, or to change the date-and-time settings, please just kill yourself now. The world will be a better place,”