A few people have been directed here via the LXDE website, so I'm returning the favour. If you have an interest in free software, and especially if you have an older or lower performance computer, visit them at http://lxde.org/
LXDE is rapidly becoming my favourite way to use a computer. I mentioned in my last post about LXDE that Lubuntu was the only mainstream distribution that uses LXDE by default, because the LXDE version of Linux Mint had not been updated for a while. I now see that there is a newly released version at http://blog.linuxmint.com/?p=1930
Okay, it's a release candidate, but it shows that work is progressing towards a release. It is also probably more stable than the version of Lubuntu I tried, though I can't substantiate that. I will give it a try and let you know.