I suppose that's a good place to give feedback on Linuxera's updated iso
So far I've used only the live cd, therefore this feedback mirrors only my first impression.
Overall I find it very satisfactory, just as I expected, it looks nice and stable
Most of the following comments are of minor importance. Note that I'm trying the Black Mystery version.
- The net applet seems to be missing. I see it's configured to load on startup, but it simply doesn't appear in the tray when Enlightenment loads. However, it does appear when I start it manually via the menu.
- When I try changing the theme, I see only Agust's Black Mystery plus a couple of default themes. However, it seems that the first pack of August's themes is installed in Synaptic; why don't they show up??
- Showing hidden files in pcmanfm is activated; I believe it would be more appropriate if they were not.
- The taskbar is located on the far right of the panel, right before the mixer/time gadgets. As left alignment is almost universal, that's slightly unusual.
- Finally, the list of installed applications requires some thinking. The question is, is this iso intended for netbooks/old computers or for modern desktops? Currently there's a mix of lightweight and heavyweight applications; for instance, Firefox suggests this iso is intended for modern computers, while ephoto suggests netbook usage. Also, there seem to be a few inconsistences compared to other isos: eg, there's Exaile installed, while the similar Clementine is the standard for PCLOS. I understand you built this iso around your favourite applications. However, I believe it would be more appropriate for most users if the applications are selected according to specific criteria (eg a full system using the most common applications, or a lightweight system for old computers).
I really believe it's worth the trouble of everyone here providing a little extra help or feedback, in order to help turning your personal remasters to "official" isos, featured on the main page