golinux: I wanted to ask you for your view on the Devuan versus Refracta relationship. To me, Refracta seems to have the key ingredients for attracting Debian users and other systemd refugees across to Devuan: live version with the option to install on a hard drive and an easy-to-use GUI installer.
Is your intention to combine these refracta* tools into the main Devuan netinst and other .iso's? I am not very well plugged in to the Devuan project, so this may already feature in future plans.
addendum: these days, computers often have enough RAM to load an entire distro like Devuan. The first one I was was Slax [many years ago]. I am not sure how this would work if users want to install new packages: would they be lost on reboot, or is there a persistence option?