I use archiso-git to create this live CD, the packages are the latest. Like arch, which emphasizes simplicity, I dont customized the distro at all. The packages are only bundled together to work properly.
I think openbox is really customizable and fast. Using this, march is able to boot in 10sec with initial mem 50mb.
All packages I included are from the 1st GUI app of the LnF 2011 (Light and Fast Apps: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=111878) . They are carefully selected and compared one by one.
Because it is a LiveCD afterall, I only include image viewer, browser, pdf viewer, text editor, terminal, file manager, and archiver.
I also include xf86-input-synaptics and wicd-gtk for laptop users.
Included applications:PCmanFM, gpicviewer, xarchiver, geany, firefox, avahi server browser, volwheel, ePdfViewer, rxvt-unicode, feh, gcin.
No installation option. No rc.xml file in .config/openbox, so no keyboard shortcuts defined.
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