First, let me say that I've spoken with fsmithred about this.
From what I've gathered from reading various posts on the internet, there seems to be a general consensus that MiyoLinux is a respin of Refracta.
First, I apologize for any confusion about this on my part. I did publicly thank Refracta (and Devuan) when I released MiyoLinux, and that may have led to people's belief that MiyoLinux is a respin of Refracta.
I'm new to developing and still have much to learn. With that said, and to lessen any confusion, these are the basics of how MiyoLinux was built and distributed.
I started with both 32bit and 64bit Devuan netinstalls.
I just installed only the base Devuan systems of each...no desktop or anything else.
I then added Openbox and only the software/applications that I wanted included in MiyoLinux.
I then added the Refracta tools needed to make the .isos and the installer.
So, while MiyoLinux does use Refractasnapshot and the Refracta Installer, those are the only parts of Refracta that are used by MiyoLinux. I'm very thankful to both fsmithred and Refracta; however, I hope that this possibly clears up any confusion as to whether MiyoLinux is a Refracta respin.
At this point in my development knowledge (or lack thereof), I consider MiyoLinux as a Devuan derivative that is made possible for distribution because of the Refracta tools.
...and I'll say it again...
My thanks go out to both Devuan and Refracta. Without them, MiyoLinux wouldn't exist.