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The idea of having a Linux distro with node.js ready to go for low-power devices is quite interesting. However, I think you need to do a better job of articulating the advantage of removing all of the userland stuff we're used to having on Linux.
High-level environments like node and Ruby make a lot of assumptions about having access to the standard environment around them, and my fear is that this may be throwing the baby out with the bathwater in the pursuit of some cool ideas.
I'm really terrible at games like this, but I was somehow able to successfully find a connection between Arnold Schwarzenegger and Pulp Fiction in 6 steps.
I ran into a couple UI bugs while using it, which are of course to be expected after a 48 hour hackathon. In the future, I'd like to see more than just actors, directors and movies—for example, being able to use composers to link films could be very interesting. Altogether, a really great job!
It's a great idea and well-implemented. Services like this really start to raise questions about the security model of the web. Historically, we've thought in terms of access to data and capabilities, but it's obvious that, with sophisticated tools like asm.js and WebGL, we'll need to start thinking about resource consumption as a third axis of security, especially on power- and CPU-constrained mobile devices. Great work!
Thanks so much for your time and rating, Tom, it is very appreciated!