A few observations regarding Fedora LXQt 35
A few observations about Fedora 35 LXQt that might be of help to the devs.
First, the official page is misleading in a way. It lists Quassel,
FeatherPad, qpdfview, Dragon Player, Yarock as the part of the default
distribution but none of them are there on the ISO. I mean inclusion of
one application per task wouldn't have bloated the ISO that much, would
Falkon ain't bad but wouldn't it be better to include Firefox as the
Enki the text-editor fails to launch because of some Python/QT related
shenanigans. There aren't that many apps on the ISO, so I'm surprised
that no one tested/QA this before it landed on the release ISO. Not
something that you'd expect from an official spin of Fedora.
LXDM lists openbox as one of the available sessions but trying to
selecting and logging into it, ends up freezing LXDM. Nothing happens.
These are not groundbreaking things but coming from an official spin of
Fedora, these things are deeply disappointing. I hate to compare
different distributions but there is Lubuntu that is an officially
recognized spin of Ubuntu and the difference in quality of the default
install between Fedora LXQt and Lubuntu are striking. I hope the devs
will take this criticism positively and take a queue or two from Lubuntu
and Fedora LXQt 36 will be a much better and professional offering than
35. Good luck.
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