fediverse allows groups that don't like each other to coexist on the same network by not having to cohabitate
the decay of midcentury plastics https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/02/style/design-plastics-midcentury.html
there's other options, but they range from "buggy" (Wine) to "lots of overhead" (a VM) - probably undesirable for Serious Business™ unless you REALLY want year of the Linux desktop
that said, YOLD is the probably the most realistic it's ever been yet for people - Steam for Linux has been a huge boon if you play games, and from what I've heard, Adobe's not opposed to the idea...
@Are0h @webinista @gekitsu just curious, have you all tried the Windows Subsystem for Linux stuff? I hear it's been pretty good for people in your case (want industry standard apps and games that just works, but also a *nix) - I'm just wondering if it lives up to the hype for people who actually seriously use it.
of course, that's assuming you find Windows acceptable...
in the future, contracts will become sentient and overthrow their signing overlords
you don't need AMP or anything like that if you don't fall into a hole of overcomplication and client-side logic in the first place 🤔
that SQL query wasn't so hard