Most of you must have heard of archlinux. Because of my major issue I had to shift back to archlinux which I was using previously to pardus linux.
I am bring you some of the great features of archlinux that might help pardus to improve.
1) Rolling release: Archlinux follows a rolling release that means that there is no releases, that means take a old CD of archlinux, istall it and update it and you will get the latest release. It saves the burden to maintain so may releases and even old users are uptodate.
Debian and Mepis has started to use this system.
2) KISS principle: KISS is not just for GUI configuration but also for CUI. Archlinux has just one file RC.CONF which configures the entire system, its way way easier than any GUI control center.
3) Its Fast: Its faster than Pardus without any parallel running of services at boot. I cant explain this but you have it install it to see it.
I really enjoyed my experience with pardus linux thats why i want to see it improve because i feel it has the potential to take the first position replacing the lousy ubuntu.