I was invited, but it's open to everyone officially now, so I guess it doesn't matter
. I was able to get it working in virtualbox under Debian Testing (it took a long time, though), but I had to pull libc6 and multiarch-support from experimental, which isn't really a good idea on a production install. ATM, however, it worked very well, apparently better than some Ubuntu steam installs. Hopefully, after the freeze ends, the correct packages will migrate to Sid or Testing, but until then I have to wait
. I'm thinking of installing Maya Xfce on an external hard drive to watch netflix and steam (which are, for the most part, Ubuntu-only).
Dell XPS 15 l502x - Debian Testing 64-bit NetInst Xfce, SolydX 64-bit Debian Testing, SolydK 64-bit SolydXK Testing
Old Gateway Pentium 4 Desktop - Arch Linux 64-bit Xfce and SolydX 32-bit Sid