Rothbardix will be a Linux-based operating system that uses economic calculation to make information system operation more efficient and productive. Rothbardix will also use information currency for greater productivity and efficiency in the development process (with ICWS and icsvn as the first examples of information currency-enabled development tools).
This blog will record the progress toward the development of Rothbardix. From a response email from SourceForge.net's management seeking clarification of a project registration request:
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