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I've been using Xubuntu 6.06 since the day it was released last month. I'm ready to write a review regarding my experiences with install, setup, etc. but I'm not sure where it should be. Should I put it in the Ubuntu category or in the Other category. Also, at what point does a new category get added like Kubuntu or Xubuntu?
Distribution: Debian, Red Hat, Slackware, Fedora, Ubuntu
New categories get added after 3 reviews are in. Xubuntu is a tough case, since it's technically an official Ubuntu project. I'd say either Ubuntu or Other is fine. Also, if you're interested in doing an in depth review, it can also be submitted to the articles section.
Jeremy, I've posted what I would consider an in depth review, but I don't know if its "article worthy." You can do what you wish with it.
Also, I accidentally "fat-fingered" a link in the product description. The last line should point to http://www.xubuntu.org and not http://www.ubuntu.org. I tried to fix it but I got denied. Hopefully you can fix this for me.