Core team & Community,
Congratulations on this series of releases.
I just wanted to take time out here to really appreciate of all the work the Core team puts into Core.
For many, I think it's just the right value in the spectrum between turnkey and bespoke.
It's very easy to get started using the Tinycore & the Core Plus images, and then, if you persevere,
Core has enough flexibility and simplicity to allow you to experiment with the just the right amount of vast *nix lore,
and empower yourself creatively.
I've learned a great deal, and it wouldn't have been possible without the generousity of everyone involved,
but specifically the Core team.
Core's community is also a wonderful collection of knowledgable, supportive, and creative people.
I do have some really minor observations on relating to each other, most already know and do this
(and not that anything in this thead prompts these).
Remember this work is given generously. Support requests included. Being civil and undemanding
in tone will more often than not elicit a positive response. If you still can't get it work the way you want it, there are other places in the spectrum to be, from Ubuntu to rolling your own.
On the flip side, if people make bug reports or feature suggestions, it's a sign of a very healthy project. No matter what the tone, it's possible to just take them neutrally as feedback. Any active 'consumer' is actually a valuable ally. It's always possible to improve 'Core and maybe it's a little tragic when anyone goes back to windows (I think a lolcat dies somewhere
Thank you, really just *thank you* all.