Aurox is dead. Yoper is dying. What should we replace it with?
The Aurox Linux distribution which is described on our website: Aurox review seems to be dead since a few months (the company developing it ceased the development and the new one that has the rights tto the distro seem to do nothing). Also, the Yoper distro which has been on polishlinux.org forever (here is the Yoper review) seems almost dead since... 2.5 years?
I think it's good time to replace those systems with new ones. I have a few ideas about the interesting and promising new distributions that are worth promoting. These are: Zenwalk, Frugalware, Sabayon, Pardus, Puppy Linux and a few more. Also I think we should think of describing the popular, yet commarcially tainted distros like PCLinuxOS or Freespire.
I would be glad to hear your opinion about which distros we should concentrate on. Or perhaps, if you think we should leave the ones we have currently -- the arguments supporting this.
PS. I just noticed that the Linux Distro Comparison in currently on digg. You can help promoting it to the front page: http://digg.com/linux_unix/Linux_Distribution_Comparison (BTW: thanks for AndrewB for telling me about the custom digg RSS feeds, this way I can constantly know if any of the PL articles are on digg at the time -- good tool!).