Hi - I am wondering whether the initial ISO's are ever updated with latest packages that come as updates after installation.
Say, I have Linux Mint 13 installed and ever since there are so many security / new package updates, i think user has to download original ISO (xMB) then again download another y MB of updates. Now, in regions where internet bandwidth is scarce, users suffer a lot with x+y MB of download.
I can think of some reasons like testing ISO, maintenance, etc but at least once in a month or so or when major updates are available, ISO can be updated. If it is a costly operation, can anyone point me to any re-spins that're maintained for Mint by other enthusiasts. At least, for LTS version this can be made available.
If this has been already discussed, please direct me to the post.
I think even Linus torvalds reported a similair issue few weeks ago in his G+ post-