It doesn't look like anything to me.
>Trisquel gives you what you are looking for, but when you can't use your hooble-dooble because the company is a bunch of apes that never made a FOSS driver, you'll be angry at the company, and a little angry that you didn't bend for just that one thing.
I guess. I run a headless server, device drivers aren't much of a concern for me. My main concern is minimizing the amount of work I have to do maintaining the server, including security patches and updates to the latest version of source code. I hate wasting my time.
>The fact that Debian doesn't meet Stallman's standards is a problem with Stallman's standards.
I think there's a certain amount of truth to that, but at the same time he makes some pretty good points and so I try to use free software everywhere in my business efforts. I'm not a purist, but I always choose a free (or freer) alternative over a non-free one.
Hence my question if Devuan makes it easy to install free-only software.
Is there an option to install it with all non-free repositories disabled by default? As my man RMS says, Debian is better than Ubuntu because it at least segregates packages into free and non-free repositories, but still enables both by default. If the non-free repositories were disabled by default, GNU might finally have a modern distribution it could throw its weight behind.
My goal in running a GNU/Linux box is to not run a GNU/Linux box, and Debian and Ubuntu are really nice at that, but I'd like more confidence I'm running only free software than what I have now.
>We've reached a point where AI in medical diagnosis is more accurate then human doctors
I've gone to a talk on this subject at UCSF.
For some tests, yes, but not overall. Watson, hype excluded, cannot replace a human doctor.
There's certainly benefit to it, but in the short-mid term, doctors are in no danger of losing their jobs.
Statistics are no substitute for judgement. -- Henry Clay