To everyone complaining about openSUSE then being harder to use by end-users, I would like to remind them that Packman exists and is used by a lot of users -- they already are used to adding add-on repositories to get more codecs for VLC or whatever.
The distinction is in having a usable install when finished - nothing in the Packman repositories are essential for most normal uses. Some things in the non-OSS repositories are.
I’d suggest that your uses for an installation differ from those of the majority of people. We can collectively agree to make the distribution less useful, but I, for one, would choose not to.
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