Has anyone here playing with Statler or antix 8.5 (or Debian Squeeze itself, for that matter) tried adding the Debian portion of the Mint repository (http://packages.linuxmint.com/list.php?release=Debian
) to your apt sources? The packages seem up to date, so are presumably what Clem and Ikey are currently working with. I have been using Mint 9 for the past few weeks, and love it. But I am also intrigued with the idea of running a rolling distro. I'm too restless to wait for a release candidate from Clem and Ikey. Perhaps a line such as "deb http://packages.linuxmint.com/
debian main import" would do the trick. Then installing mint-meta-debian. I've got antiX on my laptop at home and may try it out when I get back from work. I'll install the official release when they get there. I just want to try to mintify a light squeeze-based distro in the meantime.
If anyone has previously tried it and can save me the time, I'd appreciate knowing how it went. if not, I'll report back when I've tried it.