>>8780>It has plank
Good.>One can emerge tor, i2p and freenet>TOR>Pics related
Lookin good thus far.>There's no systemd/pulseaudio in the repo. It's completely poetterfrei.
That shit's sadly happening now with or without /g/'s attempts. Open Source sadly has been thoroughly cucked by these people because it costs nothing to obtain or learn, they usually have other people do the heavy lifting for them and they come in and try to 'clean up house' and make rules in an Open Source community of all things.
Sadly it's not a case of them getting in, it's already of a case of the Open Source community needing to stand up to these assholes and tell them to do this stuff themselves. I guarantee the face of Open Source will shift back to its original form over night and these people will go back to complaining about the patriarchy ruining their imaginary tech career and other useless rambling nobody cares about like how Howard Stern doesn't respect their gender identity.
If you want to keep these assholes out of the project make sure we have cool people on board already. Put your foot down as soon they show the tendencies. Remember what's killing Github. Lack of meritocracy. If the people have no merit to stick around on the project and all they do is throw around weight, then throw them the boot. If you're worried about Reddit making competition in the form of another Open Source OS, don't make Clover OS normie friendly, make the reward for actually KNOWING how to install and use it and worth becoming tech literate. That is part of why I said load it up with convenient tools.
Just a brief list, PLayOnLinux, Wine, Converseen, Gimp, Shotwell, SimpleScan, Office replacements, ClipGrab, Mumble, Pidgin, QBitTorrent, Zorin Web Browser Manager, Live Wallpaper, Audacity, Curlew, HandBrake, K3B, Kazam, OpenShot, QMMP, UNetBootin, BleachBit, Firewall Configuration, GParted, Text To Speech, OnBoard and Orca Screen Reader just to name some.
The idea isn't making it normie friendly, it's still gonna have the fuck you gates in front but will reward those who actually try to learn it with a convenient experience.
Do that and we'll be talking about an Open Source OS that few will be able to compete with to the point it makes Ubuntu look like the slow bloated error ridden piece of shit it is.