mikhou wrote:I've been a fan of Debian XFCE and #! XFCE for awhile now but when #! stopped supporting their XFCE version recently I began to consider other alternatives in that realm. I still use #! XFCE as my primary OS, but I just want to have other options in the future. I've been really impressed with Saline OS so far. It's pretty quick. I'll probably give it a #! look (remove the fancy wallpaper, move the panels around, remove unnecessary apps), but so far it's a nice little distro.
I didn't realize, or maybe I forgot, that Crunchbang had dropped Xfce. Went back and read the latest release announcement, and you're right. Should be easy to add Xfce to it, though.
At the moment I'm posting from Ubuntu 10.04 with Openbox, but with xfce4-panel. I love how Linux allows you to do things like this! Kinda feels like creating your own distro spin.
I agree about SalineOS. I've been running it here for a year now, and I think it's a great distro.