for March 30, 2009 is out. "After last week's interview with Tiny Core's Robert Shingledecker, the latest issue of DistroWatch Weekly takes a first look at the world's smallest desktop Linux distribution. Can a 10 MB distro be turned and tweaked into a powerful desktop replacement? Read on to find out. In the news, PCLinuxOS has seen developers leave the popular distribution over internal conflicts due to issues around the latest release. This has also caused ripples as TinyMe decides to move away from PCLinuxOS as their base. In the meanwhile, the administrator of a PCLinuxOS community web site has announced that he will no longer be involved with PCLinuxOS and will instead work on a new distribution called Unity. In other news, OpenSolaris posts major improvements to their package management system, Fedora calls for testing the open-source Nouveau driver, and the founder of Qimo 4 Kids explains the purpose of the young distribution designed for children. All this and more in this issue of DistroWatch Weekly - happy reading!
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