E (enlightenment) is half way between a window manager and a desktop environment. It is not an operating system. It can be compiled and installed on various operating systems (in theory). For Bodhi the operating system is Linux. E and the library it relies upon, EFL, can be compiled and installed on various operating systems, again I say in theory as I only use Linux. But you should be able to compile EFL (and hence E) on Windows, BSD and perhaps other Unixes, and maybe Darwin. There are certainly operating systems that you will be unable to get EFL to compile upon. EFL needs alot of other libraries and whatever OS you are using is going to have to provide those or at least have the ability to compile those.
So i am unsure what you are suggesting. If you want Enlightenment and EFL to support more CPUs, devices and operating systems this would be something you would need to talk to Enlightenment developers about. Bodhi maintains neither of these and honestly maintaining moksha itself and keeping it working with newer EFL versions is almost two much for us as it is.
What I am suggesting is creating an OS. Like current ubuntu touch or pure os.
Want to create an operating system which runs on all the systems.
For ex : first goal would be run the same image on all devices likes pine phone, pine tablet and pine laptop.. if possible support pine time too..
Want to create an base os just basic one like current bodhi Linux.
I dunno much about this, but I was curious about if possible to run Moksha on mobile device once myself so briefly looked into it. Most mobile linux like ubuntu touch or sailfish OS uses android kernel with lybhybris and custom wayland window managers, so couldn't put moksha on directly. I think what you want is postmarket OS or mobian which are attempts at mainline kernel on mobile device, maybe one of those could handle Moksha. Doesnt pinephone already have a mainline distro that runs on it tho? Try compiling moksha on it I'll be looking forward to hearing your progress on this development.