Version: current Rating: 10 Date: 2017-03-18 Votes: 0
Really lightweight, and easy to set up to your liking . I hope it will be more widespread, It deserves more attention. It has great installer and fast package manager. I dare say its bleeding edge, though smooth sailing to use.
Version: current Rating: 10 Date: 2017-03-07 Votes: 0
switched over from gentoo last year after it quit updating properly. Only real issue on void is some of my favorite apps are not yet in repo. works out of the box and updates in a jiffy. running my custom kernel had no issues with graphics drivers wich is a huge plus. compiling custom packages is not any worse than gentoo's.
Version: current Rating: 10 Date: 2017-02-25 Votes: 1
The best distribution if you want to avoid Systemd, hands down.
Version: current Rating: 10 Date: 2017-02-10 Votes: 4
Supports a lot of hardware, new, old, slow, quick, low, high memory available.
Low memory footprint.
Supports all Desktop environments from OpenBox to GNOME3 ...
Very high performance.
Most BSD-like GNU/Linux distribution (ports, ...).
Joint Linux kernel development (in contrast to BSD where each project|distro has its own kernel).
Simplistic init system, state of the art (runit).
Source & Binary packages, cross compiling supported.
Supports steam, skype, ... in non-free, multilib repositories.
Robotics suitable in Realtime ARM images.
Unresolved shlibs resolve within hours usually (use xbps-install -Syu).
Version: current Rating: 10 Date: 2017-01-24 Votes: 0
Quite good, no systemd, very good pkg-manager, very relyable.
Version: current Rating: 10 Date: 2017-01-22 Votes: 0
Very useful and effective on my laptop. Very innovative!