Having read the recent article by the manager of Pardus, I suggest with all kindness that they cannot fulfill every request you make.
If a UI is forthcoming from the Gang of Four, the Pardus Team can make a decision then. There is no guarantee that a UI will be forthcoming.
The Pardus team has a manpower shortage because funding has been cut from 2006/2007 levels. They simply lack the time to churn out packages that one or two folk request. I am sure that they are not deliberately ignoring you, but simply are very busy. I think you must understand that Pardus is not one of the Buntus or openSUSE or Fedora. It is an extension of the Turkish government. You also seem to lack the knowledge that most distro devs do not frequent their distro forums.
Currently, that region has monumental tensions which affect the Republic of Turkey. Linux development might be down near the bottom of the government's long list of "to-dos" and funding priorities.
Pardus is a remarkable distro, at the very top for reliability, stability, professionalism of the development team. There is no distro that surpasses Pardus in that respect. Everything they have done, the direction they have taken with packaging and ease of use show remarkable innovation yet the product is obviously GNU/Linux.
You might consider purchasing a Mac. The new OS X lion has an app store. See here: http://www.apple.com/macosx/whats-new/app-store.html
OS X is a tweaked BSD (Unix) and if you look carefully at the link you'll see that the app store has free and for-sale apps.
No need to wait for the Linux version. OS X Lion and the Apple app store is here now.