First Release of the Seadot SDK Connector for Linux (March 30, 2013)
The first version of the Seadot SDK Connector for Linux is released.
Seadot Virtual Machine Appliance Goes Live (March 3, 2013)
Seadot can run as a virtual machine in VirtualBox now. The Seadot Virtual Machine Appliance is an empty preconfigured VirtualBox appliance that can boot Seadot ISO images.
Chroot Image Goes Live (March 2, 2013)
The new Seadot chroot image is going live. This image enables anyone to enter a Seadot environment on a Linux host. This could be used for building Seadot installation images, but also for developing applications.
We finally have infrastructure in place for hosting public package repositories for Seadot.
Mer Project Lists Us
We're happy because our friends at Mer Project list our little project on their main page. :) :) :)
Work on Seadot SDK Starts
Work on the Seadot SDK has started. The SDK will enable developers to build applications for Seadot and test them directly on their device, or inside a virtual machine.
Seadot Preview Image
We released the last preview image for 2012. It contains a bunch of bundled applications as well as the Seadot Assets for building applications upon.
Seadot was Born
These are the days when the Seadot project was born. We started with some proof-of-concept of getting Mer running on the WeTab hardware with our own user interface.