[ Thanks to Sam
Varghese for this link. ]
“GNU/Linux distributions are like ships in the night –
they come and go and sometimes disappear from sight altogether.
Some last just a few months, while others, despite being the
brainchild of a single individual, stay on for years and years.
“But it’s not often that a distribution changes its parent and
returns. That’s what’s happened to Kororaa GNU/Linux, a
distribution that was begun by Canberra-based Christopher Smart
(pic below) in 2005.
“Like many users, after he started using GNU/Linux Smart moved
from distribution to distribution until he finally found one that
he liked – Gentoo, the distribution that allows one to customise
every bit according to one’s hardware”