|17 Sep 2019|
|02:22:24||Gopal||Try removing a group of packages and wait for 30 minutes for XBPS to calculate|
|02:22:43||Démon de Laplace||Arch has bloated packages, iirc.|
|02:22:50||Démon de Laplace|| |
In reply to @yozu:kde.orgSounds fun.
|02:23:07||Gopal||Yeah, I dig Void's philosophy too but it's too minimal for my tastes|
In reply to @hw6eqvdefv54cbzpcx7ysvt32v4hf37g:privacytools.ioHow so?
In reply to @silentfoof:privacytools.ioSame
|02:23:42||Démon de Laplace||idk if I'll stick with it. But I wanted to try it.|
The best thing about linux, is that you can do whatever you freaking want. I fully encourage trying EVERYTHING.
|02:24:15||Gopal||It's hard to get out of Arch once you're in. Considering how every package is just one command away. Literally one command.|
In reply to @hw6eqvdefv54cbzpcx7ysvt32v4hf37g:privacytools.ioYeah, go for it
Alpine is also REALLY nice if you don't need like, games, and stuff.
|02:24:43||Gopal||Had a void / musl / bspwm and void / dwm setup back in the day|
Alpine with sway is beautiful.
I'm stuck with Nvidia, so sway is never gonna happen. Drew is... Opinionated.. Hah. But I have it on my intel only laptop and it works beautifully.
|02:26:29||Gopal||Depends how satisfied you are with the trade-off|
|02:26:50||Démon de Laplace||So|
|02:26:50||Gopal||I've settled on Arch / KDE for good|
|02:26:53||Démon de Laplace||https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Python|
|02:27:02||Démon de Laplace|| Arch has a package for |
|02:27:11||Démon de Laplace||https://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=python-dev|
In reply to @silentfoof:privacytools.ioSame fate on my desktop
|02:27:28||Démon de Laplace|| Debian for example splits that into |
|02:27:42||Démon de Laplace||Hence why some people say Arch's packages are bloated, iirc.|
|02:27:57||Démon de Laplace||Because they don't split packages for their uses.|
|02:28:59||Démon de Laplace||(Just parroting, tbh)|
I'm just using herbstluftwm on my main pc. I dunno what I like about it, but man. I love it.
|02:29:18||Gopal||That's a way of looking at it I guess|
In reply to @silentfoof:privacytools.ioHave tried