It's somewhat reasonable to assume one of my classmates gave my professor a glowing 5/5 review on RateMyProfessor for the same class we're (most likely) taking together.
I mean, it's all good because I also like the class, but I'm a little concerned that this might be a little hasty (if my guess is correct,), since the class isn't even over yet.
I love @pixelfed so much more now because that Dark Theme is now site-wide (even in the settings)!
(I guess that's the benefit of using Pixelfed sporadically - there's always something new every time I log on.)
Manjaro's Xfce is a bit curtly bare-bones compared to Ubuntu's GNOME, but, after getting the hang of it, at least I feel like I'm in control of the desktop environment (DE) in the long run - unlike in Ubuntu, where you're essentially at the mercy of whatever happens after each point release, and I haven't liked what's been happening in the DE since Ubuntu 18.04.
The learning curve coming from a "normie" OS (Windows/MacOS) to either Ubuntu or Manjaro are comparable to each other.
However, note that Manjaro literally requires less tinkering to get the software I need (which isn't much, but Manjaro simply has packages thanks to the official Arch repos, which easily & eventually translate to official Manjaro repos down the road) *and* the majority of the required tinkering is isomorphic to Arch, so there are less wasted moves in Manjaro.
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