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Here's an old DW review of SalineOS 1.6: https://distrowatch.com/weekly.php?issue=20120227#feature
I think I started with 1.0. I had the distro installed here for at least a year, maybe a couple of years. Then the developer was going in some directions with 2.0 that I didn't care for, and I think the project was ended before 2.0 was finalized. But I liked the earlier versions. And I liked how he released 1.0, based on Squeeze, soon after the Testing freeze, rather than several months after it went to Stable -- that was attractive to me, and I like to install from Debian Testiing a few weeks after the freeze now.
Yeah -- Just posted because I noticed the announcement about the new beta.
I don't know why I had a brain fart earlier about the name, but I've had LMDE installed here in the past. One of many Debian-based distros I've tried over the years. By the way, anyone remember SalineOS? It was based on Stable and it shipped with Xfce; as I recall, it came along before MX did. I enjoyed running it for a while but with only one dev the project was never gonna make it for very long.