I would go one step further and point one big fact; when PCQ Linux started, access to other distributions (which were limited in number to start with) was very difficult
Access to good info abt proper and step-by-step setup of the Linux with proper commands ( the way PCQ gives in its Linux issues ) is still limited.
Today, its easy to download pretty much any distribution of Linux (there are hundreds of them),
Sir, are you talking abt only Metros and tier-1 cities ? Most parts of India are still lagging in BBands and the download charges are pretty high in these semi-urban areas for 600MBs and further.
You "nishpats" yourself wanted Knoppix, and that's that.
Sure, I want knoppix like live distros for many of my students in semi-Urban areas who can not afford larger capacity disks with limited HW upgradation chances for money-crunch !
They simply insert the knoppix in the cdrom and can enjoy stuff like Linux without any further investment.
Maintaining a distribution like PCQ Linux, supporting it and ensuring updates is a time consuming and big effort, financially
I already said it - you people are the best judge on PCQ financial angle.
In my opinion, the PCQ team can take that effort, and put it to build something more better for you
Very Good ! For example ?
I would be glad to get introduce to something new from PCQ !
Best Luck !