I can't say I have, but 2 things stand out to me from that summary you posted:
Mr. Lara's team finished in 2010 the first functional prototype of FenOS.
That tells me it's still really too new to expect it to work reliably, as it's not a spin-off of an existing base (from what I gather). Also, prototype can just mean that they made something that doesn't constantly break and does something nonspecific.
soon the first Alpha Version of the system.
In my experience, alpha means it's not even close to be ready for use by the general public. It's great for people that want to be involved and help it grow as fast as possible, but it will break more often than it will work. Most of these projects never make it out of the alpha phase.
I'm not trying to bash that project, but many others like it have failed. I'm not sure what they are doing exactly, but if they manage it they will have a lot of users in a short time. If you're expecting it to work on your hardware in the near future, you might be getting your hopes up too much. Ubuntu has been around for almost 9 years now, and it still is far from perfect.