Hey, I was just wandering aimlessly around the community website there, and it struck me that I don't think it provides a good service to LMDE users.
It's easy enough to pick out the small few tutorials that are about LMDE, but it really becomes obvious in the software sections where there is nothing which says which packages are only for the main edition. I know everything can be compiled from source, but I have yet to get the hang of that!
I don't think it's a problem yet, firstly because the average LMDE user has a bit more linux know-how. Secondly as a small minority the community website has not begun getting clogged with LMDE specific tutorials and reviews that might confuse normal users!
Suggestion: Split reviews,tutorials etc into Main and DE, give a dropdown option where users can choose which edition(s) their contribution to the website is about, then only show users relevant tutorials etc by default.
Anyway I just thought I'd ask here, if anyone feels strongly we can take any of the better suggestions from this thread and create an idea on the community website. I hadn't got any concrete suggestions so I decided to come here first to see what people think!