@distrotube having proprietary software is not bad, I mean, everybody loved deli because they pre-install steam. If you don't want some software pre-installed, go ahead, install arch or Debian. Actually, both debian and arch have proprietary software in their repos and no one (just the FSF) gets upset.
Those are some fair points. I prefer things be as foss as possible but understand in some cases there are no viable alternatives.
However with office software, libreoffice is viable so I would rather encourage people use that and make something like freeoffice OPT-IN. People that seek refuge in linux do so mostly to try to get away from proprietary software as much as possible.
It is not being shoved down your throat. If you don't like it, don't use it. You can still switch to LibreOffice.
@distrotube pity, I was thinking of trying manjaro, but seems like I won't.
Thankfully theres enough other completely free operating systems, but it's always sad to see them choose convenience over freedom :(
@distrotube At least they came to there senses and are providing a choice on install now. Still leaves a bad taste though.
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