BLAG is a single-cd distro with everything desktop users "expect" from a desktop, plus a collection of nice server apps. BLAG 60000 is a new series with a new base (FC6) and many new applications. Featuring all of the applications below on JUST ONE CD. Burn copies and hand them out! It's got it all. Did I mention it's all on just one CD? * kernel - Yes! One of those. 2.6.18-1.2869. Note BLAG 60k is compatible with i686 (~Pentium II or greater) processors. * Democracy Player - Very cool Internet TV program. Download high-quality shows straight to your hard drive. Don't settle for little windows in a web browser! :) http://www.getdemocracy.com/ * inkscape - enabled with inkboard so you can collaboratively work on drawings via jabber! * Audio players - "listen", is a cool app that integrates playlists, album covers automatically, lyrics, wikipedia lookups, group playlists, everything. The minimal rock-solid xmms is there as always. * mplayer & xine - Two top-notch video players, plus mencoder to re-encode audio and video * Video editor - That's right, edit video--it's on the CD. Kino for basic usage or cinelerra for serious movie production. Then edit DVD menus with qdvdauthor. * DVD Ripping - Well, that's what it does. Thoggen! So easy to use, straight to theora format. For CDs, there's the venerable grip. * audacity - Edit soundfiles with a lean, easy to use, but powerful sound editor. * Gaim - Handles jabber, AOL, MSN, IRC, ICQ, Yahoo, and other Instant messaging networks--all in one program. Includes encryption and "off the record" plugins for privacy. * Firefox - The famous web browser, of course * Thunderbird - Nice email client * streamtuner - Tune into streaming radio stations on the 'net! Plus with streamripper, you can record 'em. * MuSE - Or instead of just listening, broadcast your own station with MuSE and icecast! * yum / apt - Both yum and apt are available with pirut and synaptic GUIs. Download from our repo of 7,000 /free/ packages. * Gnome - User friendly yet powerful, Gnome is the main desktop that BLAG is built upon. Fluxbox is on the CD too.... * games - A few of those even.... * 3D Modeling World famous blender is on the CD should you decide to make the next great computer graphics movie! * GIMP - Edit photos & images, put Bush's head on anything you want, have at it... * Font Editor - Create fonts! Edit existing fonts. * Peer-to-peer - Bittorrent and a gnutella client, sitting right there on the CD waitin' for you. * Blogs - Get blog or any other RSS feeds with liferea, gpodder for audio blogs, and gnome-blog for uploading your own blog posts. * gnome-translate - Conveniently translate text or websites. * kiax - Make free phone calls around the world to landlines, mobile phones, and VoIP phones with this one-of-a-kind service from the BLAG project BLASTERISK. * Document Layout - scribus for anything from pamphlets to long books! * Office slock - abiword a lightweight word processor, gnumeric lightweight yet powerful spread sheet, and glabels does its job so well. * GCC - Since 2002, BLAG has not had a compiler on the CD--compilers have been available on the DVDs or in the repo. With BLAG 60k, gcc, plus a few basic bits are available immediately should you need to compile a new kernel, modules, or whatever. * Server bits - apache for webserving, vsftp ftp server, and postfix for SMTP. Openssh's server is included, along with a dhcpd server and xinetd.