The idea of "protestware" or that "software isn't supposed to have an opinion" or that open source is supposed to be somehow neutral, merely "getting the job done".
This was never true, even in the olden days. Even back then, there were protest aspects to software and things were written with an agenda. PGP had an agenda. p2p software in the 2000s had an agenda which even turned into a political party. Creative Commons had an agenda. Cryptocurrency definitely came with an agenda explicitly embedded in the code.
1. Slow execution and slow system boot.
2. Full proprietary backend.
3. You can't host your own Snap server.
4. Canonical is overriding direct apt(8) commands.
5. Forced updates.
6. Litters lsblk(8), df(1), mount(8) output.
Linux user since 1998. Pants are weird. He or they or whatever.
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