I'm interested in helping to test EROS if it's something that will benefit the larger community. Specifically, if I and other people like me will be able to:
with `official' releases of EROS, then I'm interested in helping.
It would be nice if commercial distribution (a la Linux and GNU) were possible, but I'd be perfectly happy with a GhostScript/MySQL-style license.
I currently have several computers; my primary computer is a no-name AMD 5x86-133, with a no-name motherboard that occasionally hangs on boot (which came with a detailed manual which nowhere mentions the manufacturer's name), an onboard EIDE controller and currently no SCSI controller, 32M of DRAM, and (currently) an 800M full disk with Linux on it.
I'd be willing to buy more disk for the EROS project, and I'm actually sort of planning on buying more disk anyway. Also, I'm planning on buying a new machine soon. (All my other machines are disassembled 386's, except for a Sparc 1.) I would be willing to consider buying particular (more expensive) hardware based on the needs of EROS.