inspired by Mike Bybee's Post
- 1) The option to choose your desktop environment
- 2) AppImage , Flatpak. I could say more and more but that would make the distro more heavy
- 3) A software center similar to Discover or the Pop shop. With flatpak , appimage , & homebrew , and a Software center [!And maybe pacman!], you can install almost anything ,without hassle.
- 4) Some sort of automated install. Maybe you edit a config file and then start the install script. The script installs based upon your config settings.
- 5) scripts to install languages eg: install-java or install-ruby
- 6) [! Nixos(https://nixos.org)] utilities such as
- 1) Rolling release schedule
- 2) ssh support by default
- 3) maybe different editions , say Webdev edition or Database edition , you get the idea.
- 4) Nitrux Utilities , allowing things like pacman and Arch repos
- 5) Jing os style desktop environment. Something with a similar dock and a Mac os style navbar in the top. I also really like the idea of a launchpad. Something similar to Cutefish or Cyber os ? Basically somethings mac os style , with windows things like the menus in taskbar , being moved to the top navabr
- 6) Ravenport package repository ] It seems to be the most up to date package repo I can find
- 7) glibc . Still exploring its value , but raven ports needs it.
- 8) Nixos base. This could help with having nixos utilities
- 1) a package repository where you have to compile everything yourself after installation
- 2) a command line installation .Instead the Calamares installer sounds great
- 3) Lots of packages installed by default. The only packages installed that aren't the package managers would be: vim , nano , and fish
This list will continue to be updated in the future. Please comment your ideas. If you have a idea about how to actually create this , and get it setup , Please comment it below.