On Wednesday 2021-02-17 21:38, John Paul Adrian Glaubitz wrote:
On 2/17/21 8:56 PM, Jan Engelhardt wrote:
we should never use this argument. To say "openSUSE is free, so don't
expect the quality of payed system" destroys all the hard work invested in it.
openSUSE is free AND please don't expect the (poor) quality of a paid system.
By this logic, SLE - which is based on openSUSE and vice versa - is poor quality
well, then ... of a CERTAIN paid system, usually the one that was
mentioned in the discussion.
Quality: Only available for one or two architectures. Does not even
come with the basics like an office writer or spreadsheet.
Value: It also isn't libre, which is hard to put a concrete value on,
but it's valuable nevertheless.
So Windows falls short both in quality and value-per-euro.