When you install a GNU/Linux distribution, the first time you run the web browser (Firefox, Konqueror, ...), it opens the web page of that distro. I think that it would be interesting to also open the web page of Pardus from DistroWatch:http://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=pardus
Do you think that this is a good way to measure the increase of the number of users of Pardus2009?
I would be so grateful if someone talks about this proposal to the Turkish developers. Thanks!
I think Ladislav(The editor of Distrowatch) has in the past been against the idea of distros linking to the Distributions page on distrowatch. Might be better to include a link to it on a locally launched HTML information page. Also I see a problem if the person hasn't yet configured their internet connection. Neither a "page unavailable" nor even a successful rendering of distrowatch's page looks as good as a nicely crafted HTML page stored in /home/username
That's just my guess or opinion as a user of both Pardus and The Distrowatch website.