I finally went back to Fedora Workstation (from Silverblue) due to some problems with docker (where I went back trying to solve my issues with podman) and then with minikube, that were causing so many friction to consider it a sustainable option. However, if my computer usage was entirely household / domestic, I would use it no doubt.
I am quite upset with the last video of Chris Titus Tech. It's basically showing us how to break debian (minute 14:12) by first removing the sources for security updates, and then switching branches (which leads to a frankendebian)
I find the plasma desktop environment and the programs it include, overwhelming. I mean, it's nice and fast, but in terms of how many options they put in front of you by default and in every single screen and aspect of them, it's just too much, and too much at all times. It's going to take me a while to get used to it.
I think it is a good idea to put the timezone in the signature of the messages. It helps in managing the expectations when someone is waiting for an answer, and may help the admins in some way. I just did. Thanks for coming to my TED talk!