Distrowatch has a piece summarizing the world of Desktop Linux distributions in 2007. It’s worth a read to get a quick snapshot of where things stand with the various major distributions, and developments in the space over the course of the year.
Of interest to Zonbu users is the observations about Gentoo (the distribution upon which the Zonbu OS is based):
In the meantime, Gentoo Linux had another disappointing year. It was the first time in the project’s history that it managed just one stable release in a calendar year (assuming that no new version shows up before 31 December), while its news page offered only marginally more updates than Slackware’s. The excellent Gentoo Weekly News was quietly abandoned in the second half of the year. Once a highly respected and rapidly evolving distribution, Gentoo Linux is now increasingly a niche product – technically excellent, but nowhere near as enticing as it was just a few years ago.
You can read the full article here: