In different libre system I run very different desktops, just a kindly
Parabola: LXQt and Liri, all in Qt in this systems which I need to receive
the latest Qt tech here, with just GParted, AbiWord, Gnumeric from GNOME w/o
Qt alternatives. GNOME and the most forked desktops are conflicted against
your-privacy due to geoclue2.
Devuan, PureOS, Trisquel: I'm different using which desktops in these
systems, but I install LXQt in both systems, alongside the default desktops
for these systems, since I'm also an Qt small world workstation advocate.
Hyperbola: Cinnamon, GNOME, MATE, Deepin, Budgie, LXDE, all in Gtk+ in this
system which I need a stable environment for my practical tasks, just like
from Devuan and Trisquel, though unlikely I'm indifferent for desktops in
Devuan and Trisquel. Hyperbola removes geoclue2 deps which I dnt mind using
Gtk+ desktops and internet apps in this system.
For init systems I need to endorse OpenRC for Parabola and Devuan, which the
full Parabola installer is using systemd, but systemd has plenty cons. Devuan
has told to me they're defaulting to OpenRC but unfortunately their install
medium is not doing such.
Finally, for display managers I would recommend SDDM which is X and Wayland
compatible and littlely Qt-written, which meets my need for a Qt small world
workstation. GDM is also small but unfortunately part of GNOME, just like
Epiphany (GNOME web) the web browser.
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