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What would be my own ideal distribution?

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There was a question addressed to me recently, after publishing the "Divergence in the distros" article. That made me think about the most perfect distribution I'd like to get, ever. Let me share these thoughts with you.

Available packages

The ideal distribution should have packages available for all the software I regularly use. And this should be available in the default repositories. I should not have a requirement to compile software, or to add some obscure repositories to get the things I use.

My actual list of "must haves" is not that vast:

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