As you know im going to work next on the website, @martinwprior recently told me that has problems with multiscreens, which I didn't understood correctly but thankfully @yoda and the community helped him
The point is that martin suggested me to remove this information from the website (multiscreens supported) since it is not the case (I don't know much how it actually works good on E16), but the point is that... users may come to the website, looking at the features of Elive, like multiscreen, and then BAM! downloads the beta versions and found that these features doesn't exists (multiscreens is just an example, I assume that at least an 80% of the listed features are perfectly supported)
So the point is, how to tell the users about that some of these features are not available in the beta and they must try the stable version to have a full / good experience?
The only thing that comes to my mind as a non-obtrusive way to communicate these things, is by including in the listing of features themselves a reference like "not available in the betas" or "only in the stable version"
So basically, if i put a big message with 10 lines and details in the download-beta page, nobody would read / care about it, but listing this on the features themselves is a good place to have this info correctly organized
What do you think ? suggestions?