Wow, impressive work! A big "Thank you" to gapan and the other team members (djemos, mimosa ... I apologize if I've overlooked anyone), as well as to the volunteers who tested the release candidates.
Last night I installed 14.2 on our Dell Latitude E4300 laptop (old but a workhorse). Everything went smoothly except for a glitch with setting up the wireless chipset (Broadcom BCM 4322, which is problematic in most distros). I will post about that issue separately.
Screenshot of Salix 14.2's default wallpaper
Photo of 14.2's LILO boot screen
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AMD Athlon II X2 240, 4 GB RAM, Seagate Barracuda 320 GB HD, Nvidia GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 integrated GPU, Samsung SH-S222L DVD-RW // Dell Latitude E4300 laptop