One of the projects that we often followed on our Twitter throughout the last months was Jingling's upcoming tablet and desktop environment. The Chinese start-up initially appeared in January 2021, promising an openly iPadOS-like operating system and releasing a bootable ISO which we test-drove just after its release alongside sources.
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if you have 10million quid why do you need to crowdfund?

Sandro Linux
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I guess if you want more money for your project!

Tux
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If I remember wasnt that exposed as a scam?

Tux
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I may be wrong but I do remember someone cracking down on it saying that it was a photo shopped ipad and such.

https://lemmy.161.social/post/10447 This was the original thread!

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Yes, indeed. Was posted on Lemmy a while ago. Let’s see how this turns out.

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Geotechland did a video on the Operating system- JingOS https://tilvids.com/videos/watch/ed21d9ec-51f4-4ad9-9072-5ec092c6f831

Looks very similar to ios

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Jing os is already out so it would surprise me for it to be a scam now

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I think it is legit

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