More info on stateless filesystem

Hello there,

In curious to gather more information on how Clear Linux differentiates its filesystem layout from other distributions.

Ive seen brief mentions on blog post like here:

Are you guys taking an ostree (fedora silverblue) approch where specific parts of the filesystem are immutable? Is there more documentation about there somewhere?

This documentation explains the design:

The filesystem areas with OS content are still mutable but the software updater assumes ownership. swupd will overwrite files in updates can check/repair against a manifest of known files.

Thanks, I’ll check out the docs.
Seems like this may strike a nice balance between the safety of immutability but the usefulness of still being able to edit the filesystem if need be.