Posted by: Anonymous
on February 26, 2008 09:12 AM
The Dreamlinux also is based on Debian and has a good looking and polished GNOME desktop. Furthermore, it has its own installer and some extra features.
In my opinion if such distributions want to compete with Ubuntu, their Developers should work together in order to bring new quality to the Linux users. This approach has a lot of advantages not only for the Devs, but also for the USERS. The bigger Community, the better distribution.
The most important problem with Linux is that the world of Linux is too much divided.