It’s time for Debian

Jonathan Carter, Debian Project Leader, writes about the end of CentOS as we know it — their recent decission to base newer releases on CentOS Stream instead of a more stable branch now makes it a less-than-ideal choice for servers.

Earlier this year, I switched away from Ubuntu after close to 10 years of using it as my primary OS, mainly because of their push of Snaps on the newest LTS.

Debian it’s not only stable, but also really easy to install and configure as a desktop or server OS to the point of almost being boring (if it wouldn’t have as many desktop enviroments to choose!)… which it’s actually just perfect for getting your work done!