Airyx is a new open-source desktop operating system that aims to provide a similar experience and compatibility with macOS on x86-64 systems. It builds on the solid foundations of FreeBSD, existing open source packages in the same space, and new code to fill the gaps. Airyx aims to feel sleek, stable, familiar and intuitive, handle your daily tasks, and provide as much compatibility as possible with the commercial OS that inspired it.
An ambitious but interesting effort, that seems to align quite well with helloSystem.
Myself I feel the designers of Windows and MacOS X got a lot right in terms of concepts and technical thinking behind what ultimately shipped. I tend not to see this in Linux and the BSD’s and their derivatives. If there is anything which bothers me about Windows and OS X replacements like Linux Mint and helloSystem is the basic shape of a fairly decent idea copied then retrofitted to something which even Linux officiandos have problems with. Linux hasn’t had its VMS or NextStep moment like Microsoft and Apple did. Still, the idea of making an OS accessible and a well rounded design is a good thing and can lead places.