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There are issues when it comes to Linux being more broadly adopted on the desktop. What are the main issues you think and how can they be addressed?
I think that the big issue with Linux is fragmentation. This has been especially an issue when it comes to developers publishing games on Linux.
The solution to this issue are cross-distribution installers like Snap, AppImage and Flatpak. Every application has its own set of libraries, meaning they do not depend on distribution-specific packages.
Another issue I believe is momentum. There's some outdated opinion on how well Linux works on the desktop.
Defeating the momentum will require more effort on the PR front. I don't see this being something that will just fix itself with time.