Raspberry Pi OS has turned into spyware for M$:
And yes, they add M$'s repository key to APT's trusted database and add their repo to APT's repo list.
Or informing you via a NEWS file.
So now every time you do "apt[itude] update", M$ will know about it.
RPF thought it was good to blog about 'it' after all:
.. by a M$ snake-oil sales representative.
"VS Code is a free, open source developer text editor"
That is "free" as in beer, not freedom. And yes, the code is available, so technically open source, but you can't distribute the binary.
So technically he isn't lying.
But this also proves you (still) can't trust anything that comes from M$.
And shame on #RPF for giving this credence.
But what actually pisses me off the most is this:
Linux isn't hard to learn.
Linux becomes hard to learn, when you first learn something else and then have to unlearn that first in order to learn the new thing.
Then it is different from what you know and that makes it hard.
That is why M$ and Apple give their software (almost) for free to elementary schools, so children get locked in early.
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@FreePietje "lock in early" is Adobe's strategy too—it's not so much that (modern) creative open source tools like Krita and Blender are so hard to use compared to Adobe's monsters, but everyone is used to Adobe's so it's always "but this is haard!" because it is different to use
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