As I may have mentioned previously, I happen to own a computer based on the same form factor used by Zonbu. Currently running Ubuntu on it, streaming live for the heck of it along with using it for a few other things as well, I am finding myself wondering if this Ubuntu derivative known as wattOS might be a better match for me?
Considering the SD memory used instead of a hard drive, lack of internal CD-ROM access, I would hope that wattOS has the same sort of hardware/peripheral detection as Ubuntu proper? Assuming it does, having a smaller desktop manager footprint would be something I would be greatly interested in for that little machine. It serves me well, but honestly it is not powerful enough to use GNOME or KDE along with any serious application. As a server on the other hand, it does a fair job. But adding something lightweight like wattOS might be just the ticket.
The goals of the project seem pretty cool. Keep it fast, clean and functional. But also making sure users are clear that there are other lighter distros out there should they find that wattOS is just not what they are looking for. If you enjoy Ubuntu, but want to try something a bit lighter, take a gander at what wattOS has to offer. Despite being in beta, it is coming along nicely.