What features/changes would you like to see in future Slackware?
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Hrm, I wonder if the idea about pretty girls in penguin outfits is worth proposing to the folks at Rockhoppers? I think there's real potential there... ;-)
See the second pic (and then some others) here for some context: http://rlworkman.net/images/SELF-2009/ (pics from Southeast LinuxFest 2009)
I think a VirtualBox image of Slackware would be useful for people wanting a "LiveCD" of Slackware. I've noticed others distros starting to release VBox images along with their new releases, and I think it is a good idea. With VirtualBox the "hardware" would be more consistent, so it should be simpler to make a decent show of what a properly configured Slackware setup looks like.
Penguins remind me of nuns. When I think of nuns, I think of Ken Russell's "The Devils". So instead of girls in not-one-bit sexy penguin outfits like that posted by niels, could we have sex-crazed young nuns, please? TIA.