Next issue, reading parts of the wikipedia entry, it is quite outdated:
Currently Porteus 3.0 is available in five desktop versions: LXDE, KDE4, Razor-qt, MATE and Xfce.
With 3.1 we have instead KDE4, MATE, Xfce and LXQT.
While in the very next paragraph it says
The system is downloaded only after selecting various options from a menu including one of four windows management systems
obviously now referring to the current 3.1 version, but without saying so...
(Dunno who wrote all that, if was me, I have done not the best of jobs on our article...)
If someone else wrote that: Please keep up the good work, and we should work together more closely... 8)
I try to look into the changes log of the page, hopefully I can see who make these two entries. But a wikipedia user name not tells me if the user is on this forum as well, could be "only" a Porteus user without doing much on this forum cause most of his modules and system work flawlessly... 8)
Speaking about that, it would be immensely helpful when where is a thread that lists all such info, like changes of the used desktop versions, like, one post for each (including older) Porteus versions, with the info in short in the article, and then links to the actual forum posts that provide the info in itself / the original info / news about the change or new addition.
That would not only make my work with our wikipedia entry much easier (and quicker to respond to changes) because of the need of , but also folks who need to have older version of Port for older hardware have all info on one single place, and want to put mixed aged modules together with older base systems, cause they would have much needed data in one place.
Does that sound doable? Sadly, me not has currently the time to do so, but it not requires technical or coding skills, just some time and effort to browse the forum and collect all data, putting one post after the other, one post for each existing Port version (best split up into separate posts for x486 and x86-64 )