Sidux, a Great Alternative to Ubuntu, Part 2 - page 3
Why Bother With Sidux?There isn't much I don't like about Sidux. The KDE menus are a bit chaotic- redundant and not as well-organized as they could be. Or maybe I'm spoiled by Kubuntu, which I think does a great job of tidying up KDE.
Don't forget that Sidux is Debian Sid under the hood, which means you don't get security updates, and you may encounter problems with using bleeding-edge packages.
The Sidux community is active and growing, with lots of support and good energy. In a couple of weeks of hard use I haven't found any showstoppers, so I give Sidux a big thumbs-up.
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