Robert Szeleney, creator of SkyOS, was lately shopping for a new file system for his hobby OS and finally adopted the OpenBFS file system. OpenBFS was initially created for OpenBeOS and it is a re-implementation of Be’s BFS. It is 64-bit, attributed and journaled, however it lacks built-in mulit-user, ACL support and other advanced security features. Robert promises changes to the file system (as opposed to a plain port) and so he now renamed his version “SkyFS”. Full file system access (read/write/execute) is expected to be ready by the end of this weekend.