Re: Reasoning for leaving GNU/Linux: Definitely needed!
Besides to mention also that Linux and companies (especially) around are on the opposite track: You remember the Unity-announcement? This here: https://blog.unity.com/news/plan-pricin … ng-updates
You may ask: Wait, what does a non-free gaming-framework has to do with this section and thread. Answered: More than first to think about as also many implementations around Linux gaming use this non-free framework. Yes, you may also say: Okay, non-free and all said. Yes, but that's not the common way people look on Linux and free, libre software. They most only see it as gratis and free, that's it. So throughout the announcement there is also this word around named "telemetry" and Unity had it long before implemented. And people within gaming (also on Linux) used the games done with it. So they are all using and accepting telemetry saved and transferred for "their good" - as always. We can all now see for what purpose this is made. There is no real reasoning for any telemetry - take that Fedora (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/Telemetry). There is no privacy-preserving telemetry as it is an illusion, same way as computers are "normalized" around. What needs to happen before people see the wrong path going? Linux (and I have left GNU out for a reason) is going the wrong paths long enough. And GNU does not recognize this, even accepting this same as thinking the Linux-kernel will stay as it is.
No the Linux-kernel won't stay that way and will embrace more and more Rust-components as also non-free drivers in the next months and years. And how to clean up this mess? With a script to call it later on GNU/Linux-libre? Thing again as Unity is only one symptom for a wider problem. But hey: Ubuntu, Fedora and many more ... driven by companies behind ... all good? No for sure not: Canonical has their own thing about snap and lxd taking away from the community, Red Hat and their ideas for "open source", many more examples. This ignorance is going around. No, this is in my perspective NOT "evil", but the outcome is bad. And to think to get this all again in the "right direction" is the same: An illusion. Time to leave that behind.
Certainly anyone who has the power to make you believe absurdities has the power to make you commit injustices: For a life of every being full with peace and kindness, including diversity and freedom. Capitalism is destroying our minds, the planet itself and the universe in the end!