I was actually using Fedora 36 this week (spoiler, it’s good!), but I’m back on EndeavourOS of course because 1) i miss you and 2) Fedora and/or Nvidia just wouldn’t display my color profile accurately. Everything looked either way over saturated or very under saturated. Apparently color management is slated for a Fedora 37 target release, so I might try again in 6 months, but for now it was fun while it lasted
Endeavour at number 1 on distro watch will be the absolute pinnacle if my life. Better than marriage. Better than Justin Bieber’s car wreck, and even better than my step mother’s freezer burnt vegetable lasagna.
This forum will be translated into English and distributed on street corners and into prison cells to lead the broken into salvation. The second coming of Jesus will be dusted away as a new dawn will be upon us!
All hail the power of distrowatch 1!!
It will be the single most important event since the big bang and the inevitable YouTube news to follow will surely be botched and disappointing as always.
I used to run Fedora many years ago back in the Heisenbug days. Last time I tried it was Fedora 32, but it was quite buggy on my hardware then so I stayed with PopOS/Solus. All the recent Fedora ‘hype’ peeked my curiosity again, and being a Gnome user, I was curious to see/feel how Gnome/RPMs/dnf functioned since it’s been a long while. So I wiped my EndeavourOS and installed Fedora 36 bare metal to see how it actually works and feels because there are just some things you don’t get in a Boxes VM. Overall, the hype is warranted, but my opinion is biased of course since I’ve always been a fan of Fedora and Gnome, but in recently releases it has gotten a lot better experience-wise I’d say.