I think this might serve as a potential motivational boost for Olivier to keep up the good work on the GetGNULinux.org project. I took this quote from this article. Before saying this, the guy was talking about the first time he decided to try GNU/Linux. Here's what he says:
The first place I went (what I thought made sense) was Linux.org. It was a confusing site with many links. The download link takes you nowhere and asks you to go to the distributions link. Some of the download links were to older versions of distros. I didn't know which distro to pick or what distinguished one distro from another. There seemed to be hundreds of distros available.
GetGNULinux.org is a direct solution for the problem he describes. If he went to GetGNULinux.org (provided that it existed then) he'd be so much better off and more satisfied with the initial experience. And we all know that first impressions count for alot.