What kind of distros should we promote?
I think we should only promote those distros that (at least) comply with the following requirements:
- It's a free distro made of free contents by default. So, we shouldn't promote openSUSE anymore, IMHO.
- It has a good i18n support.
- It can be used in a plenty of different computers (even old comps).
- It has good free support.
- It is an user-friendly system.
Thus, I think we only have one choose: (Edu/K/X)Ubuntu, despite I know it's not a fully free distro and its i18n support sucks, but, who has a better suggestion? Fedora only supports x86, x86-64 and PPC computers.
I also think that we have to talk about the different flavors of Ubuntu (What makes them different). In the mean time, we only talk about Ubuntu, but, what happens if someone have installed K/Ubuntu in a legacy computer? S/he has to think that K/Ubuntu sucks as it's very slow. So, for example, we have to say that Xubuntu is made for legacy PCs.
Actually, talking about gNewSense would be great, but very secondary, IMO. Don't you think?
Finally, what do you think about only promoting Ubuntu and forks?
PS: Don't you think that we should mention that Ubuntu is not a fully free system?
PPS: You might want to take a look at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_Linux_distributions