Speakers: Langdon White
Silverblue is a version of Fedora that does not allow the modification of the OS itself. Many people in the Fedora community believe that this style of OS management is the future for both desktops and servers. However, the desktop use cases are much more complex than the server ones. As a result, Silverblue is being used to tease out those issues and fix them.
With Fedora 31, the presenter took the plunge, again, to use Silverblue for their daily driver. Come learn about their experiences, the bugs they filed, and how to avoid the pain they experienced. Come to this talk to learn about the gaps in the user experience and whether you should consider switching over.
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