That said, I should discusses the changes made in Newt OS LXDE (13.2). First off, it now uses lxdm rather than gdm for the display manager (read; login screen has changed). Second, the panel theme and layout, window theme, icons, and background have been pre-set using edited config files (read; you don't have to poke around to make it look like the pictures). Third, Firefox is the included browser, replacing Midori, since openSUSE does not provide an updated version. Finally, I believe that the network manager works to some extent, coming as close as recognizing my wireless network, but not wanting to connect. However, this was the only issue I found, and I think that it is situational and not a problem with the OS.
Now that I've finally fixed many of the glaring issues, I need your help. What can be improved in Newt OS? What features would you like to see included? Do you prefer Gnome or LXDE? Is there something I'm missing? I welcome any tips, suggestions, and of course questions regarding Newt OS. This is being developed not only as a personal hobby, but more importantly to make a powerful yet user-friendly Linux distro. Even if all you do is suggest an app to include, it will help.
Thanks for taking the time to learn about Newt OS.