I ask this question, because in Ubuntu, I have disovered a certain ammount of defensiveness, and resistance to impliment new ideas and changes. There are a few of us (more than a few actualy) that for instance, have come up with, developed(and written), designed and implemented practical new ideas and or solutions to real problems with the current distrobution. However, I have noticed a degree of defensiveness and resistance on the part of some "Ubuntu Members" to actively implement community suggested changes in the distro.
This has led me to some frustration, as it seems sort of clique-y like a members only club with regard to development.
This is sad, because there are a lot of people in the Ubuntu community that come up with very good ideas, and even write the code and make the graphics to make it happen.
So I heard about Mint, and saw this review that said somthin like " yeah, you can actually post an idea in the forums and see it in the release repos(or somthing like that) a week later"
Is this true?
Are you all really willing and open to community input like that?
That would really be wonderful. if it is.
I would happily join your ranks if this is true.