Big Thanks to you all for your answers...
Yeah... Im looking for a distro for myself... and thinking(some could call it paranoid, but the very same would othertimes call me naive, so Ill just keep on doing that
) about "what is the safest concept for providing an operating system and applications"...
For now, Im convienced to the idea that where nothing is safe, something can be at least considered as "kind of safe" if it is traceable.
If some application is doing something ugly, I would like to be able to delimitate the possible malfunction/bug sources.
I believe, that by doing so, one can not only improve the (free)(open source) software development process by reporting bugs to people who wrote it,
but also make it harder for "bad willing people" to smuggle trickcode into commonly used software.
That why Im leaning towards distributions which go that way.
So its not only about _where_ it is compiled, but about _what_ is being compiled.
For those and other reasons Im looking for distros which follow the Keep It Simple, Stupid principle, since I do consider complexity as a weaknees and an issue of bad modelling.
Thanks again for your answers : )