@BryanLunduke I get the impression that you and Matt are a little down on Linux Mint. Am I correct? While it's not my fav, I can appreciate that most of the windows users out there are low tech. With the community and tutorials, they have a dedicated user base that is willing to help the low tech user. Wouldn't the world be a better place if most of the windows users switched to Linux Mint, ir any other distro for that matter?
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Okay - sorry for shouting before.
You're the dude !
Be interesting to see how the "nagg notification" shall come into force on the elementaryOS side of things. I also liked the idea that it is 'Pay OR leave App review' that you sad.
Sometimes bad-feedback (i.e. what is wrong with the app) is better than money.
I like Daniel F. - he's a duder
and an intellectual.
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@BryanLunduke Have you ever used systemd-boot? I've been using it on Arch for the past year and I love it since it does not have the issues with LUKS on LVM + Nvidia Drivers that I've had with Grub. Is there any reason this is not an option during installation of almost all distros. They already use systemd for everything else, why not use it for boot as well?
@BryanLunduke How do you feel about users using the "non-free" repositories in Debian or other OSes.
Do you think that everyone should use the "main" and "contrib" repos even though the "non-free" repos provide better performance?
Did you know that (GNU/)emacs is working on Mastodon integration?
What do you think is the future of Wayland?
What do you think of Unity now that Ubuntu shut it down?
How far do you see initial Wayland adoption for desktop/home use in the coming years.
@BryanLunduke Why does Linux documentation, for the layman, suck so badly? Would you ever consider doing a "Linux Documentation Sucks" lecture/rant? Any ideas how I can help make it suck less? Where would one go to get involved in making openSUSE documentation, specifically, suck less?
What is the biggest shortfall for Linux in terms of businesses adopting it as a their main platform?
Is it mind-share and marketing or is the fear of the unknown?
In what ways can the community improve those shortfalls?
P.S. My business runs everything on Linux. Everything.