Hey! I've been told I should learn how to use a computer. I was surprised, because I really thought I knew how to use one, but apparently, according to the Discord and recent posts on Talk, I don't!
Some of the problems they identified:
- using non-FOSS software on a daily basis
- using the acronym "FOSS" instead of "GNU" to refer to the software I do not use
- using Python, the world's most popular programming language, for any daily task ever, apparently (it is only used by noobs)
- using a profiler to determine if my code is fast instead of my bare, knee-jerk intuitions about bloat
- using UEFI and not MBR
- using iOS and not Android
- using Windows 10 and not Linux
- using Ubuntu and not Mint
- using Mint and not Debian
- using Debian and not Arch
- using Arch and not Nix
- using Nix and not Guix
- using Guix and not Arch
Please help! I want to switch from gatekept novice to person who gatekeeps novices. Based on my current observations, this should take reading one Brokenthorn tutorial, the back cover of The Little Schemer, and the first Google hit for "Manjaro." (because the base Arch installation is apparently too difficult for certain people to learn, and repl.it users only hold people to task for things they don't know how to do when it's not easily verifiable that they don't know how to do them)
P.S. Please reply by snail mail: my wifi drivers have been broken ever since I took repl.it's advice on what operating system to use.
Most of this list is not correct.
- I don't know what "foss" is
- don't know what "foss" is
- Python is great. Not only for noobs.
- no idea what that is
- iOS is better that android
- Don't use Linux
- just use mac or windows