LinSpire/FreeSpire has announced they’ve developed an inter-distribution version of their CNR-technology, which should bring installing applications on Linux on par with Windows and the Mac. CNR is a website that syncs with the most popular Linux Distro’s (currently supported: Debian, Fedora, LinSpire/FreeSpire, Ubuntu and OpenSUSE) and shields the user away from dubious package managers and repositories — providing a uniform installing experience across any of the [currently] supported distributions.
Find more at cnr.com.
Everyone’s quite excited about this and can’t wait for it to be adopted by the mainstream Linux distros — and so am I. Now lets hope it’ll work as promised.