Firstly, thanks for starting up the Wikipedia page. I've never done anything on Wikipedia, so it was nice to have something to start with.
I've got images to upload (the logos are licensed under CC), but my account is still too "new" to be allowed to upload anything. When my account reaches auto-confirmed status, the logo and pictures will be uploaded and added to the page.
Regarding Userland, I'm inclined to leave it blank permanently. Solyd does use GNU Core Utils, but realistically.... so do an overwhelming percentage of Linux distributions. It's the de-facto userland for Linux.
@Schoelje, Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer, my opinions is not to be constructed as legal advice.
Licenses are always a bit tricky. But I believe the LGPL is required in this situation, because of the inclusion of non-GPL compatable software (Steam, Firefox, etc). LGPL is more flexible and allows inclusion of non-GPL (even closed source proprietary) software into a final product, as long as any GPL/LGPL parts of it are made available under their respective license.
As a final note: I added SolydXK to the Wikipedia in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compariso ... tributions
and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compariso ... tributions
. Will you please review them, make sure they're OK.