Hi ! It's my first message here
Hum. I think we could use 2 types of ISO :
- One with XFCE by default and default applications (like the current Zenwalk) with size as small as possible.
- One with Gnome+KDE+XFCE+Openbox & others, with default applications for each DE, and a question about the environnement at the installation with preview images. This ISO could take a huge place (to burn on a DVD).
Hence, people who discover Linux could use the first ISO, because the DE is not very important for newcomers. The big ISO (DVD) could be of any use for people who know that wants another DE or ahve many, or simply people who want to test, or else people who do not have a speedy connection at home (and download the ISO in a cyber or friend's home for example).
What do you think ?