Distrowatch Apr 4, 2021 21:09:07 GMT
Post by cooler on Apr 4, 2021 21:09:07 GMT
As previously wrote it would be nice a note on Distrowatch about the beta.
Speaking of Distrowatch the recent modifications make the description of Bodhi Linux not very accurate.
Current description: "Bodhi Linux is an elegant and lightweight Ubuntu-based distribution featuring Moksha, an Enlightenment-17-based desktop environment. The project takes a decidedly minimalist approach by offering modularity, high levels of customisation, and choice of themes. In addition to basic 32- and 64-bit systems, Bodhi maintains designated ISO images for Chromebooks and legacy machines. By default Bodhi has only five pre-installed applications: Midori, Terminology, PCManFM, ePhoto, and ePad. Additional software is available via AppCenter, a web-based software installation tool. "
My take on this:
"Bodhi Linux is an exquisit and frugal Ubuntu-based distribution featuring Moksha, an Enlightenment-17 derived desktop environment. For efficiency reasons the project takes a decidedly minimalist approach by offering modularity, and high levels of customisation trough themes. For 64 bits the main is M-edition (Moksha), there is an A-edition (M-edition + apps preinstalled by default), and an E-edition (E2.x). For legacy computers there is a 32-bit L-edition. Give any of these versions a try and be ready to be impressed. Should you encounter problems the nice community will help you through the forum or discord channel".
What do you think?