I do not know what i must think about this interview. The answers not really match
with the reality. The project is on full speed and then end of life Pardus 2011, does
not really match, does it? Is this just political talk?
One reaction on Facebook from says:
It look like a political talk. At the other hand according to me, Pardus is bigger than its producer
know. They created a monster and not easy to kill easily.
Also one Pardus user/ Junior developer Kaan Akşit started a Pardus fork:
[en] Next month I am planning to build a new Pardus based linux distribution called "Ahal teke". If you
are interested please get in touch with me directly...
The fork can you find here:https://github.com/kunguz/Ahal-teke
My reaction on this:
But now we already have 2 forks (yours and Ozan's), and maybe even more .. and i cannot
see which way is the best. And you start an other distro .. why not continue Pardus? Right now there
is to much noise on the line.
Why is there not just a new Pardus 2012.0 :'(