I can't find a definitive list of rolling distros any where on the web.
DistroWatch doesn't have one, though I posted a comment suggesting they add such or label rolling releases and the type of release/dev. cycle generally.
Wikipedia have a very small page for "Rolling Release" only which list about five or so merely as examples of rolling releases.
I would like to start a Wikipedia page "List of Rolling Release Linux Distributions".
I would be happy to help with such as I have been trying to find a good guide to Linux rolling release distros.
If you would be willing to help me with the page please post below or email my screen name at gmail if you like the idea or have a better one.
I still need to set up a Wikipedia account but thought I'd see if any one was interested in the project first.
I would like to collaborate with other in creating the page as I've only used Linux for a year or so & I'm still something of a newbie.
I look forward to hearing your thoughts on the proposal.
** Edit in reply to the comments below **
Fist of all I'd like to apologize for posting the question. Sorry: I should have read the guidelines first on what types of question are allowed. Feel free to erase this question entirely as I'm not sure how this is done.
My question really should have been: "Does anyone know whether a comprehensive list of rolling-release Linux distros exists anywhere on the Web [before I bother to create a Wikipedia article for such]?". -- Would this be a suitable question to post on this site?
If not I'll just leave things as they stand. BTW, many thanks to those who commented below (and Stefan Lasiewski & Maciej Piechotka for closing the question). In future, I'll endeavour to make sure I don't make the same mistake of asking an ambiguous question (or one that's inappropriate given the site's purpose).
Many thanks for the clarification.