wasn’t 2009 the lowest flu year in recent times?
i already tried deleting another account that was the mod of a community, but it didn’t work. that account, despite being deleted, is still the mod. there was also no way to get rid of the community or promote this account as the mod.
point is, both Apple and Microsoft is moving away from x86 in favor of ARM. my wish (in a perfect world) would be that Linux is able to push RISC-V ahead of the competition for all things IT.
In a perfect world, where both Apple and Microsoft abandons x86 for ARM as Moore’s Law comes to an end. Linux and open source takes the spear of the future with RISC-V.
Privacy/security awareness and the increasing improvements of software on Linux. There is nothing creepier than microsoft/google/etc collecting detailed data on you and maintaining backdoors on your devices. It makes me feel uncomfortable and paranoid to even think about.
That being said, there are too many limitations in the linux environment for me (and most) to convert. I just tried again recently for 5 months straight but I can’t deal with it. There is no workflow to be made when there aren’t enough software and hardware support to operate efficiently.
I’m not a developer, I’m a marketing coordinator, artist and writer, and the linux ecosystem just doesn’t work for this purpose. None of the applications I need day to day works, and there are either none or weak linux equivalents. Not to mention the many hardware bugs necessary to “just accept” as a linux user (i.e. no fast charging, no gpu switching, no safe software cpu clocking switch, no functional sleep mode, no touch interface, audio issues, etc).
Linux i amazing as an idea, it is true freedom, i desire it greatly, but i have a choice, use linux and starve, or use windows and keep my job.
inflate your value and sell. quick and easy money.
last i heard it was just stalled.
oh cool. can we get some justice for the sale of .org now?