malspa wrote:This distro especially, kinda seems like the community is part of the dev team.
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And who wouldn't want to contribute to the forum if that's all one's current level of expertise is when the distro is by any definition, light years above anything else in Linux land. I wrote previously (it was lost in the forum software outage) that after three months of use, MX strikes me as the only, repeat only Linux distro that fulfills the promise of doing what any OS/distro should do, "it works". It works reliably and consistently and at least one Youtuber has remarked about Linux in general, Linux is easier to learn, use and maintain than anything Windoze and if that's true, then even truer is MX is the poster child of that notion.