I am a 23 years old vegan nyanya, System Administrator and Web Developer.
I hope it will make the people who want to use a GNU/Linux OS daily, do not think of the codecs as reason to not switch.
I see your perspective, but not the usefulness of your approach.
I prefer telling them how it works and that is a way to make actual documentation accessible. I also adapt my explanations to each person and situation.
It is preferable to have people who know how to use an OS and not being hanging around without knowing what to do because they expect even the most simple things done.
That said, codecs work great with Debian stock, so I am unsure about the issues you mention.
I use stock Debian.
No problems here.
In the case you use GNOME desktop and has issues with the deprecated AVI format still used in some playes and with GNOME Video app, just install libavcodec-extra or use GNOME-MPV (now named in another name I always forget).
The case for OpenSuse. In reality, they do the right thing given that is an European OS. It is illegal in some European countries to distribute several codecs by default given the copyright holders.
Instead of calling for a negation for their package management you should call for content distributors not using well-deployed and available open formats / codecs as well as the copyright holders of the propietary ones for putting these nonsense as rules.
In some places, such as Cuba, people make their own Debian mirrors.
General guide is in https://www.debian.org/mirror/ftpmirror and there are more instructions in the general script used.
Then you can point your
/etc/apt/sources.list to it.
Another option, suggested in other comments, is downloading
*.deb files manually for each package and dependency and performing an installation with
dpkg -i package.deb.
In a more specific approach, you have https://wiki.debian.org/DebianRepository/Setup.
Do you remember when you install a new Debian system and you can get packages from the CD ROM or USB stick? Debian can point to a repository in physical media, including a directory.
Generally, you can sync a hard drive with it outside with one of the tools available for this in this last wiki page, attach it to your puter when you arrive at home and party.
Unsure that everything is gonna be fine but the calendar.
This world has a dependency on slavery of non-human people, to the point that the average alien films is a representation of ourselves towards other species (we are really represented at some point as the aliens) but this is more obvious in newer films.
I would like to interject here for one thing: individuals of other species have autonomous lifes, and we would be only responsible in the limits on which we have to take care of them as if they were our children or similar, which is mostly when we adopt them because they have no place in human society in an autonomous way.
Sentience is a feature of all animal species known with only two exceptions, one being sponges and another I don’t remember.
This was already measured, using even unethical methods, several years ago and received ratification in 2012, even when this was known since a long time ago.
This is to complement of what you mean.
About sexy_peach, there is a point, even if is just centric in animal welfarism (not caring about their inalienable interests and natural rights but just what allows you to maintain your consciousnesses clean while maintaining exploitation) having the first part partially right.
It is not that responsibility is a human-made concept itself, but one that applies to you, being in a certain state of knowledge and awareness, as a moral agent (moral judgment), whether this is not the case of individuals from other animal species which are moral subjects (as most humans in their infancy and in some hard situations).
You also even upgraded to a recent Debian Sid-based Ubuntu release.
BugUbuntu 22.04 cannot even be considered LTS given that they just got software from Debian unstable release branch.
I still don’t understand why BugUbuntu developers do this, being always basing their releases in a snapshot of Debian unstable release branch and just upgrading LTS ones at all until software gets frozen while still promoting it during this time as a full release and LTS.
why are you here in this thread?
Because you are asking about the existence of something and I am telling you about current situation and how I am not going to support such option.
( Should I remind you that you are in a public thread in a community called AskLemmy which is broader about all Lemmy users? )
tiny amount of people
I think this is out of discussion already. No Lemmy Discord and I don’t want nor expect it in any form.
If people care about their rights, would not be using Discord with existing functional replacements.
Reminder that you speak about community and not your job or classroom.
LibreWolf is a light Firefox fork which is dependent of upstream and hard code changes.
Tweaking configuration, applying little patches, re-building in custom setup and re-branding won’t be enough.
The best would be promoting or helping Pale Moon development to not doing the same in addition to arising that an HyperbolaBSD main developer and author is working with them to develop their browser based on UXP.
My view in the current state of the world is that you should get your salary from your maximum performance (healthy one).
Imagine that it takes 4 hours to you to draw an illustration in each journey, in the sense you can draw 2 each day as maximum.
Other person, meanwhile, can only make 1 in the whole journey as maximum because they are slower.
In conclusion, both you and them would get the same salary as you are both working at your maximum performance.
People who are not able to work, should be maintained directly by the state as result of contributions from people working.
Locking thread first given the ongoing situation.
I have archived the thread for future reference and checking in https://archive.ph/acy2h.
(We really need some free ArchiveBox instance or other with similar software)
The admin team, including myself, is working towards the issue.
Can be configured in the main PostgreSQL configuration file. It has a default value that is too small for basic use case even.