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Re: Peppermint Six Respin at #8
« Reply #15 on: September 12, 2015, 05:54:39 pm »
Look at the names above us --Manjaro, Ubuntu, Open Suse, Debian and Mint.  All these distributions offer more than one flavor --some with at least half a dozen.  But, if we broke this down by flavors only, I'm certain this week we'd be number one in the category of LXDE.  No matter how we look at it, this is quite an achievement. :)
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Re: Peppermint Six Respin at #8
« Reply #16 on: September 12, 2015, 06:38:05 pm »
I'm happy enough where we are now .. well enough known but not yet overly burdened with walking examples of the greater internet f*ckwad theory.
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Re: Peppermint Six Respin at #8
« Reply #17 on: September 12, 2015, 08:30:38 pm »
I don't think we should pay too much attention to what Distrowatch is saying lets stay focused on what our users are saying, Distrowatch will take care of itself

In my opinion PM6 is by far the best version on Peppermint so far but it's not perfect we can improve it but we wont improve it by watching Distrowatch we'll only improve it by listening to our users (and me of course) :)

lately I've noticed a quite a lot of new users coming on this site and Andy posted that a public library in Lancashire, England is using PM6, that's what's important and to me that says far more than Distrowatch ever can

So lets start looking at what's not so good about Peppermint and how we can improve it, I would start with artwork


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Re: Peppermint Six Respin at #8
« Reply #18 on: September 13, 2015, 06:30:18 am »
You only have to look at whos forum is getting the most posts....

and that might simply mean that the Distro is crap and needs a lot of support - you need to dig down into the forums and see what is being asked and said...  Here they seem to be just peripheral problems with little tweaks and touches people want to do.

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