@Linux4Everyone @0:22:05 «in a similar way to what canonical does with support system [...] completely separated»
The page that starts the download is a funding page also. Which is great. As much as it can be reproached to Canonical to bundle an Amazon ad in Ubuntu. It's been a long time they are asking for direct funding and that can't be reproached to them to not trying.
@Linux4Everyone Linux+Coffee #1 [about PopOS subscription] @0:20:20 «however devs are being paid [...] the hardware side, that where their income derives from»
it depends of the sales, how much do we know about their finances?
It's also great to have a way to funding Pop!_OS for non hardware buyers. Which should easily become (or are) the majority of Pop!_OS users. The saner business models are the most direct ones. The software having a direct funding way independent of the hardware is great.
EP34(Fedora+Lenovo)@51:20 «[about Elementary] trying to generate a profit for the developers wrong on the apps»
More like income. It's important because it's how paying for libre software will become more natural and accepted. It's not for profit like for owners of a company. The way is long to make the idea of making money (as in making a living) from making libre software won't be seen as bad.
@johannes Saluton, mi aŭskultas KP71 kaj ĉu vere YouTube malpermesas CC BY-SA?
Mi nur trovis tion kaj ne estas signo de malpermeso
- iri ĉe https://kern.punkto.info/arkivo/
- alglui en txt dosiero
- filtri la liniojn kiujn havas la daŭrojn per
`egrep "📅.*minuto|📅.*horo" kern.punko.txt >! kern.punko.csv`
- malfermi per LibreOffice calc kaj elekti "spaceton" kiel apartigilo
- ordigi ĉion per la kolumno kiu havas la nombron de horojn por apartigi daŭrojn 1h < kaj >1h
@Linux4Everyone Meanwhile, here are some comparisons about UIs RAM usage on Debian 10.1 Live in VirtualBox:
On the desktop after booting the live and with only a terminal opened:
- Mate: 369 MiB
- LXQt: 375 MiB
- XFCE: 403 MiB
- KDE: 497 MiB
- Cinnamon: 630 MiB
- Gnome: 650 MiB
- LXDE: 675 MiB (that's suspiciously a lot)
@Linux4Everyone Are you sure KDE Neon is comparable in terms of RAM to Kubuntu and Xubuntu? Are the significant changes made by the KDE Neon team only to have a more up to date version of KDE? No change in started services?
Thanks @JoshStrobl for acknowledging that accented letters shouldn't be sorted after "normal" characters.
I'm  very happy to see the following issues fixed 😀
 and also users from most EU (including Finland), LATAM and part of African countries
Saluton amikoj! :)
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