So Crunchbang's development ended. Sad, it was my favorite operating system. A few friends and I got together, conversing on the idea that it had ended, and basically, to sum it up, any security holes in #! are stuck there, and anyone using #! is fucked, or until a vulnerability of such magnitude to ruin someone pops up. Now then, I moved to Arch, again, since it's my backup if I ever switch from #! for some reason.
What I want to talk about is what you guys think. Whether you're happy, sad, etc.
Personally, I'm kind of sad. I've used it for such a long time, and to see it go is rather heartbreaking, since it's been here all this time, and now it's gone. It's like I lost an arm or somethin'. I won't go crying about it, but I will get a tad emotional. It's like you lose an arm or a leg, even though that's a terrible analogy.
Also, 10/10 new desktop. Running Arch, GNOME desktop w/ Numix Darkblue.