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  • First full time distro was Manjaro. First exposure to desktop Linux was Ubuntu on a crappy school netbook. Now I use Arch (btw)

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    Why is Lemmy, with a tiny fraction of Mastodon's MAU, more fun than Mastodon?
  • Like others have said, the community aspect of Lemmy allows me to follow things I enjoy, not people who may or may not post something I like. Additionally, even a simple algorithm that sorts content based on perceived relevancy makes it so I can see the stuff I want to see first (though someone did point out that that isn't entirely fair, but the "New" sort does provide that experience).

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    Planning on moving over from Windows 10 to Linux for my Personal Work Station. Can't decide which OS I should switch to.
  • Even if packages weren't broken, the fact that they make it easy to use the AUR is problematic because the AUR expects the latest packages from the Arch Repos. Often, AUR packages will break on Manjaro for that reason.

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  • Low power TV station takes advantage of the fact most TVs support H.264 and HEVC video codecs to broadcast 14 HD programs over the air.

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    Yuzu agrees to pay Nintendo $2.4 million and will entirely shut down
  • Are you using the AUR? The package will probably just get orphaned or the upstream will change to a duplicate repo. I don't see Yuzu or Citra going anywhere considering they are open source.

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    What do you think would improve your Lemmy experience?
  • I feel like the web interface could be better. I would like to be able to hide posts, use keybindings to navigate, and generally the overall performance could be better. But we have third party clients, which is a huge plus!

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    rule moldy monday FACTS
  • It's more of a missing middle. Boomers and some Gen x use emojis literally while Gen Z and some millennials use emojis ironically or humorously.

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