OK. Not that I have anything that interesting to reveal
I've been using Linux since about '98. It's around that time I started to fool around with Mandrake, although I already tried out Slackware back in '95. At that time however I hadn't used a PC for more than a couple of month, and couldn't seem to get a graphical front end working. Later I found that it was due to my lousy monitor
It didn't support the standard resolutions, and creating modelines for X was still way beyond me.
The PC had windows 3.11 on it, and I was used to working with a graphical front end from my Amiga 1200 and 500, so I (for the time being) had to admit defeat.
From '98 and forward I have tried various Linux distros. They all have their pros and cons. Claiming that one is better than the other is very depended on your own needs. That being said I like the ease of use that Mint gives me. I've used it since Daryna (4.0) and use it as my main Linux distro on my laptop. My server and workstation however use other distros.
I've always been interested in how things work, so it's only natural that I keep trying a lot of different programs and distros. Lately however I have begun to program a little again. This includes C for the atmel AVR micro controllers, but also web programming with PHP/HTML(5) and (almost) everything that goes with it.
So. That's a little about me. If you should have any questions, I would be happy to try and answer them. Keep up the good work folks!