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Manjaro one of the worst? Are you kidding me? lol
please double check the writing
Glad to see more people realizing how shit Manjaro is.
The argument they present is stupid though. Manjaro holds back packages so that real Arch users are the guinea pigs for them. That is a valid strategy for adding stability, even if not a very strong one.
There are other arguments why Manjaro is a bit sketchy, but the original article clearly has no idea what they are talking about and that they can’t even be bothered to spell check their text says everything…
I am always wonder why linus tips would choose manjaro as his first (or second) Linux distro. BTW, i am not against arch based Linux, but it’s more for intermediate users in my impression.
Hm, let’s see. Unsubstantiated claims, e.g. about Manjaro and horrible writing style. 0/10, would not read again.
What Unsubstantiated claims have I made about Manjaro?
Edit - Forgot that this was my main account, I am in fact the writer of the blog.
Probably the one about Ddos attacks by their package manager. Does it really count as ddos if it’s by accident? Anyway, just add a source.