There are some other Pardus stuff at the net:http://www.pardus.at/http://pardus.de/http://pardus.rukh.de/
(Would Pardus be like Apple they probably would have respond to it)
So just by open the official Pardus website you should be able for just one
second to the see what it is.
Now you must read some time to know, could be a computer related business of some kind at first sight:http://www.pardus.org.tr/en/
The information itself inside the site are okay.
Look at some others:http://www.mandriva.com/en/http://linuxmint.com/http://www.mageia.org/en/
No doubt there what it is, logo on the first page thats open.
I would like to see this logo when I click at the Pardus address. http://cekirdek.pardus.org.tr/~umut/pardus-logo/pardus-tescil.png
Or it just says "Pardus-Linux" with the logo.
I add a comment on this here:http://bugs.pardus.org.tr/
# Bug 19326
This is from the case study of Pardus: Lessons learned
With releases featuring Pardus 2008.1, 2008, 2007.3, 2007.2, 2007.1, 2007, and Pardus 1.0, the Pardus project has learnt what it means to have a GNU/Linux distribution, what it means to collaborate with a diverse group of developers dispersed all over the word, and how to prepare a product to meet the needs of less technically skilled users. The most important lessons to be learnt from the Pardus project are summarized by the project director as follows:
Patience: If you are developing open source software or building and distributing a distribution one needs to be patient. Good work takes time! This is true for technical know-how building, product stabilization, process optimization, community involvement, and common awareness. If you rush things you usually end up worse than a more “relaxed” approach.
Opening up. Your license, your development methodology, your decision making process, and anything having to do with the project... have to be open. Otherwise you will not attract outsiders as developers, nor as users. Opening up does not guarantee a healthy community by itself, but is necessary.Branding: And you should not forget about brand building and protection. Using GNU GPL you are somewhat “giving away” your intellectual property, and your brand is the only that you have. In order to have a healthy quality perception, competitive business partners and growing ecosystem you have to have a strong brand and protect it.