I don't say that there's no place for software for "power users". There is, it is a big problem that such software is often expensive and proprietary.
But more often FOSS is missing **usable** software. If your software is unusable by non-it folk, it's empowering only this privileged class.
For decades the response was "learn to be a hacker". This is the same as "fuck off" for most people and especially for oppressed people.
@Ninjatrappeur maybe you're right
@charlag ...that sounds great as a feature set for managed software deployment but i have no interest in allowing anywhere near a computer that humans need to use 😅
@mathieu I believe that GNOME is one of the best examples of user friendly software! Despite people whining that they want old stuff GNOME was continuing building what they knew was right. And it gets better and better.
This is a tiny, friendly fedi server!