Antlinux is barebones distribution of Linux, which is meant to be used in embedded systems or systems that will be run from CD-ROM or floppy. The theme of AntLinux is "Small software that does big things". Another catchphrase candidate is "Embedded systems stealth ninja style!".
There is an Antlinux Wiki, located at http://wiki.antlinux.com. It contains tons of notes and more information about what's going on.
- AntBuild - a set of "system repackaging tools" which will take a running system and create packages for use on smaller embedded-style systems where space is at a premium.
- Propaganda/Пропаганда - A self-contained system for broadcasting audio over the Internet
- LumpBox - A Linux distribution designed to run from an existing operating system's partition, using a set of 'lumps', or files that are chained (or 'concatenated') together to create enough space to install and run Linux.
- Project Naranja - Project Naranja will use the Padlock Security Engine of VIA EPIA mini-ITX motherboards in order to provide a toolkit that will let end-users easily set up and use encrypted filesystems with Linux.
- Portaboom - Portaboom is a standalone mini distribution of Linux. PortaBoom's current goal is to allow people to play the game of Doom on any Intel machine with a CD ROM drive, regardless of what operating system is installed on the hard drive.