You want to write the entire kernel in asm?
Wow, good luck.
I wrote a bootloader in assembly which is an easy small beginner project and then made a simple jump to a C kernel then wrote a simple message on screen from that kernel.
After that I rewrote most of the standard C library and then wrote a basic shell for my kernel, at that point I started reading some of the really early linux kernels for inspiration. You have to take baby steps and realize that it will take a long time.
I love assembly programming but I honestly don't want to even think about writing a semi functional kernel with a CLI, filesystem and memory manager in assembly.
IMO, anyone who can create an OS from the ground up in pure assembly with no prior experience and no idea what good practice is should be awarded with the nobel prize for doing the impossible, regardless of gender.
Kernel in asm? o.O I thought the norm was to build the boot loader in asm (or use grub or such to save you the trouble). Build kernel in C/C++ and the rest of the resources and such in C/C++. This post does sadly smell of spoonlicker especially after the added girl remark. If it isn't spoonlicker, her jumping in the deep in for such a deep dark project with no experience shows why a girl would get bad recognition. The good ones stay quiet and show up the guys without them knowing it and only the noob girls whine about them being under appreciated.
Yeah, didn't you know that we are all God's gift to programming in our own minds? ;) I can program an OS on a piece of tissue that will dwarf all the existing OSes out there. Can even turn a paper clip into the ultimate universal game console. And lastly, can't forget that I'm so good that I can do it all without any forethought or planning.