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  • #11
    Originally posted by 144Hz View Post
    Soon on Fedora 32 \o/
    It's technically already in Fedora 32.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by jabl View Post
      In a distro with thousands of packages, there's always multiple $AWESOME_THING just around the corner. If they'd keep waiting for those they'd never get a release out of the door.
      Tumbleweed has thousands of packages. Arch. Gentoo. Artix. Manjaro. Parabola. $AWESOME_THING usually available.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by andyprough View Post

        Tumbleweed has thousands of packages. Arch. Gentoo. Artix. Manjaro. Parabola. $AWESOME_THING usually available.
        But also nosebleed section. Ubuntu 20.04 is LTS, so they need to be somewhat more conservative.

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        I'm really looking forward for homed. Once it gets properly integrated with the DEs and distributions we finally get encrypted home folders without key in ram during lock - awesome.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by andyprough View Post

          Tumbleweed has thousands of packages. Arch. Gentoo. Artix. Manjaro. Parabola. $AWESOME_THING usually available.
          Gee, no shit sherlock. All rolling distro's. Guess what Ubuntu is not?

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          • #15
            Britoid The RCs, yes.

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            • #16
              Originally posted by andyprough View Post

              Tumbleweed has thousands of packages. Arch. Gentoo. Artix. Manjaro. Parabola. $AWESOME_THING usually available.
              I am pretty sure that the original point was being made for LTS releases (not the rolling releases you are naming). While individuals may be able to move specific packages forward even on LTS releases for their own use, the promises of LTS API stability by the distro itself means one is going to be seeing divergence of features/capabilities over the LTS support period from the latest version of $AWESOME_THING.

              The choice of a LTS or leading edge release has long term implications, and I fully respect individuals making their own fully informed choices.

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              • #17
                Originally posted by Britoid View Post
                I wish NetworkManager would gain support for setting DoT or DoH.
                There has been some discussion as to what, exactly, it would mean to support DoT and DoH in NetworkManager (there are some more complex setup and use cases and dependencies that exist depending on what (if any) local DNS server you are using, and real world use cases such as public wifi (logins)). If you have specific proposals to address those cases you should join that discussion.

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by treba View Post
                  But also nosebleed section. Ubuntu 20.04 is LTS, so they need to be somewhat more conservative.
                  no nosebleed on Tumbleweed

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by remenic View Post
                    Guess what Ubuntu is not?
                    a good distro

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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by starshipeleven View Post
                      Originally posted by remenic View Post

                      Guess what Ubuntu is not?


                      a good distro
                      If you burn a DVD, it makes a very good coaster.

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