I’ve been using net-runner rolling since ~July 2014 (loving it BTW). As some background, I’m a longtime linux user (since ~2004) but I don’t really get into the weeds too much: In those 10 years, I pretty much stuck with debian-based and went from Linspire >>> Freespire >>> MEPIS >>> Linux mint KDE very briefly >>> now net-runner rolling. My wife’s PC has been happily running net-runner 14 for a couple of months now. During my time with Linspire/MEPIS, I have relied and edited heavily on their wikis – that was the first stop before going to the forums; after I learned something I would edit or correct the wiki.
So with that background, here is my comment (beef, if you will) with net-runnner: Lack of a wiki.
I know that “Readme Rolling 2014.04” refers to manjaro and arch’s wiki, which are good resources that I have used. But the problem I run into is where net-runner is different than manjaro or arch. That is where a wiki to would be good: to give some specifics for a net-runner user while referring or providing further reading at the manjaro or arch wikis. So I wouldn’t envision it as being a comprehensive or detailed as those wikis.
I couldn’t find where this topic has been discussed before, so…anyway…. That is my thought I wanted to express. If a wiki is started I’d definitely be a contributor.