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    @rutee07 Nobody expects t̵h̵e̵ ̵S̵p̵a̵n̵i̵s̵h̵ ̵I̵n̵q̵u̵i̵s̵i̵t̵i̵o̵n̵ me here!
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    More like using arch to compile gentoo binaries
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    @EpicofGilgamesh That would be another meme: why does your Gentoo office and web surfing PC need a 16 core Ryzen and 128GB RAM? Well to compile Chromium from source, of course!
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    Linus using Manjaro!
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    @jasongodev Yeah and zipping a 3GB file on a fucking USB stick taking long is totally a Linux issue. Sometimes I wonder whether he has used any computer at all in his life.
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    and who says Germans don't have a sense of humor eh?
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    I can't relate , I'm on Freebsd 😎🤓
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    @johnmelodyme how's freebsd? What are the advantages over linux?
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    @johnmelodyme And that works with real hardware such as a laptop?!
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    @AleCx04
    German humour..
    Admitted by a French.
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    duckduckgoing
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    1. Get 1000 people to donate $100

    2.hire couple of dev's, and a support guy for a year

    3. Their fulltime job for the next year is to cut the fucking bullshit, and select a good middle of the road distro and fix its major issues.

    4. Everyone who donated gets 20 keys to distribute. Every key is good for a year.

    5. Everyone with a key gets updates for that year.

    Rinse and repeat.

    Build a small competent core, execute efficiently, fix the pain points that everyone complains about but no one usually does anything about for some reason.
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    @Wisecrack Actually, the Mint devs do listen to their user base. The whole thing is running on donation basis, not via a commercial company.
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