Usually whenever an official PCLOS release comes out, the community remasters soon follow; this time, I see that they are released in their own time, which is causing a me small dilemma. I intend to install the enlightenment version on an old laptop. I'm not in a hurry, it can wait until the end of August, perhaps. Normally, I'd wait for an "official" enlightenment release, but I have no clue when it's coming out (and I'm not asking for a release date, I understand that PCLOS doesn't work this way).
So I was wondering what is preferable: Waiting for the "official" enlightenment release, knowing that it can take longer than I can wait? Or install Summer Fairy and stick to it? I remember Texstar pointing out (in verse
) that Summer Fairy is well made, so I guess I shouldn't worry about stability if I use this instead of waiting.
(BTW, installing enlightenment on top of the KDE release is not a not option: this laptop is so old that it can't run KDE4. Neither using another lightweight version is, I've tried them and Enlightenment beats them all for me.)