katasuka wrote:i really like how with linux mint, the devs actually listen to user imput and then uses the user imput to make linux mint better. this to me is the ONLY way to properly enhance and advance a linux distro to becoming a great distro.
i also under how not all requests can be done, but if enough people want something, im sure the devs here will try their best to implement it.
and yes im so happy to see so many people willing to contribute, it just goes to show linux mint is loved by many.
I've seen this with many start-up distros. But sadly as they become larger and more popular the devs become increasingly out of touch with the community. That's not necessarily a bad thing, just happens due to increased demands and workload. With its Ubuntu base and out of box improvements, I foresee Linux Mint becoming exponentially more popular over a short period of time.
I like that Clem is active in the forums and I hope it stays that way. Though I would never fault him for being too busy to respond to everything.