I have installed JJ remix on my son's eeePC 701. The Asus was ordered in Germany and has a german keyboard.
I decided to replace the Xandros when for some reason my son could not longer connect on the home network.
He decided that come to think of it, he'd rather have a french speaking environment. Everything went fine, but there was very little space left on the hard disk. so I dpkg-l |less to see where I could save space and I deleted at least 5 english dictionnaries (aspell-gb|us, myspell-gb|us|za) from memory. Why are those installed when the french version was installed correctly and is all he needs ? On subnotebooks, HD space is limited, so it might be nice to have a post-install routine that weeds out unecessary things. If the user wants it back, after all it is only an apt-get install away.