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slosh : a simple shell
slosh is a new login shell designed for use at ssh [user]@colorfield.space to replace the very limited shell that has been in use there for some time.
Lets get the elephant in the room out of the way: there is no reason most people reading this should want to use this shell over, say bash. It does not do anything new or inovative (though does combine a few previous shell styles), it is more limited than most shells - by design (you can always run sh or bash scripts from slosh, so there is no need to write a whole programming language into a simple shell), and it lacks many common features. But for someone that wants a simple shell to execute commands and work with variables slosh might be a good choice.
the slosh guide: download and build
If you are confident and don't need a guide:
git clone https://git.rawtext.club/sloum/slosh && cd slosh sudo make install
The repo comes with a detailed readme that can walk you through just about anything you'd need to get started.